The last-but-one print edition of The View From Here is out now. And June will see the 36th and final copy. Yes, folks, after three years of running both an online ezine and a print magazine, The View From Here is returning to its roots and will be entirely online once more. It feels like a momentous occasion.
This month's edition features fiction by Catherine McNamara, Quin Herron, Kathleen Maher, Dan Powell, an article by Richard Beard (director of The National Academy of Writing - UK) called Writing a Novel and Tantric Sex, poetry by Nicholas Petrone, a review of Jasper Fforde's One of Our Thursdays is Missing, and my review of Anna Lanyon's Fire & Song, The Story of Luis de Carvajal and the Mexican Inquisition as well as my interview with Anna. Of course, there's the regular Rabbit Writer cartoon and lots of fabulous artwork too.
You can purchase your copy by following the links here.