The April 2012 issue of Jersey Devil Press is online, and this month, we’re getting all cultured. And stuff. Many of the stories deal with writers, literary references, rejection — the grist of the everyday writing mill. And a couple of the stories deal with Art. Capital A. But don’t worry, we’re not looking down our noses at anyone: in this issue, Sylvia Plath tries to kill herself and none of the other writers minds very much; European artists screw, lament their lives, and jump into rivers; nerds and scholars fret over the loss of great literature; and even God gets a rejection notice.
So read with deep and abiding irreverence, Cultured Readers. 🙂