I’m so proud of this one I can hardly stand it!
This month’s issue is filled with more great books to add to your TBR list, new authors to follow, part four of the four-part series on William Gay, LOST AND FOUND A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION ON WILLIAM GAY’S LITERARY LEGACY that features some of William’s previously unpublished work and fantastic stories you do not want to miss.
There’s also a wonderful tribute to a lowcountry legend, Beaufort’s Beloved Tootie by Gerry Ryan and Donna Chapman, something too good not to share from Claudia Hagadus Long, a terrific interview of Hank Phillippi Ryan and Hannah Mary McKinnin by Linda Rosen, a Scavenger Hunt, a sweet flash fiction piece by Michael and Donna Chapman, something to celebrate with Joe Palmer, an exciting opportunity for poets, and more wit and wisdom from River Jordan!
When you share WELL READ Magazine with your bookloving friends, you support all the authors inside each issue – so thank you for sharing!
Don’t miss the call for submissions , and again, please share with anyone you think would be interested. I would love to receive some work from unpublished authors and give them a spot beside established, well-known authors. Speaking of submissions, I’ve received some great ones for publication in January, February, and March’s issues! I’ll update the new reading period after December 18th, but all other information will stay the same.
I appreciate you all so much and I have so many exciting things planned for next year. Thank you for reading, sharing, supporting this magazine and each other – it’s just going to keep getting better and better!