Here we go folks with another stellar bundle. Your intrepid reviewer’s choices for the month are as follows:
Journal of the Month: Ink Cahoots 2017. Can I get an amen? Dave Tribby & a host of contributors have raised the bar of quality to new heights. Ink Cahoots is an annual exercise in community and diversity. On a scale of one to ten, this year’s collaboration is an eleven.
Project of the Month: Spanking The Tomatoes – a gorgeous chapbook which illustrates the strength of the AAPA brilliantly – melding sparkling, descriptive writing (Sheryl Nelms) with meticulous printing (Clarence Wolfshohl) and what we have is a journal (some say chapbook?) of incredible beauty. These kinds of collaboration are what make the AAPA unique and wonderful.
Writing of the Month: This month’s choice goes to … Bob Porterfield for both Historical Histrionics and Cointelpro – two journals featuring crisp writing that does what journalism is meant to do – make us think.
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