Holy heck...56 people turned out for last night's reading at the Arts Club. Go DC literary scene, go! That makes me doubly excited for the July 8 reading, featuring Ethelbert Miller and David Keplinger "Flirting with the Master" Pablo Neruda. In my mind, Neruda = summer.
I'm happy to find out that Hayden's Ferry Review has launched a blog (in conjunction with their amzing Issue #42, "The Grotesque"). This has me thinking about other "journals that blog." Not blogs belonging to journal editors--though many of those are great--but rather, a community space where one can see the "voice" of the journal at work. They're intriguing, and I'd like to add a few to my blogroll.
So: anyone have recommendations for good journals-that-blog out there? Ones that have substantive entries (not just PR) and are regularly updated? Pshares, the Ploughshares blog--there's a place to start. Next?