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Intrepid Travelers

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Inside INTREPID TRAVELERS: A boat tour of the river Seine becomes a battle of wills as a relentless salesman coaxes a tourist with a magnificent upgrade; armed with a slingshot, a brave boy tries to save his father from Peru's legendary black-feathered predator; a playboy adventurer attempts to conquer Everest and the woman he loves ...this anthology is crammed with ...more
Paperback, 166 pages
Published June 1st 2013 by Lowestoft Chronicle Press
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Martina Clark
Mar 14, 2015 Martina Clark rated it it was amazing
Amid the murky seas of literary journals, Lowestoft Chronicle is a stunning island that you might have missed. Like the newest island near Tonga in the South Pacific, it well worth following. Unlike the new island, however, which was made by an underground volcano and is apparently too hot to visit, Lowestoft Chronicle and their four (so far) print anthologies are not only safe to touch, they are advisable for your well-being and reading pleasure.

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Sep 21, 2013 Lisa rated it it was amazing
Made up of mostly fiction, although with almost as many poems, as well as some non-fiction and interviews, there is something very fun and exciting about Intrepid Travelers. I read all of the work in the anthology and I liked everything I read. I was very impressed by the two longest poems, “Twelve devotions up on the Atlantic” by Jack Austin and “On seeing Frédéric ten years later” by Jada Ach, although my favorite poem in the whole bunch was “S O Bs” by dl mattila, which is a funny and smart ...more
John Pringle
Oct 05, 2013 John Pringle rated it it was amazing
With many of the traditional publishers shrinking and merging or going under, it’s good to see some online literary journals going strong. I have a hunch that the larger publishers view literary journals as training grounds for upcoming writers. But where they used to only take notice of the familiar suspects (university magazines, where the writers are usually on the faculty or in the MFA program), now they look more closely at the independent ones, where it’s more about how well you tell a ...more
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