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We are not alone in this world with our troubles. Connect with a familiar story. This collection is centered on renewal in our lives. Literary and visual artists from around the world depict what renewal mean to them; from photograph to painting to mixed media and the written word.

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Published (first published May 12th 2014)
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Jun 15, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: inspirational readers
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Disclaimer: I received this magazine as a Goodreads giveaway on the premise that I would review it.

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This is subtitled “Literary and Visual Art Journal”, which means that in addition to poetry, short fiction and essays, it has a lot of pictures. The theme of this issue is “A Time of Renewal” and it groups the pieces by key words that relate to the theme, such as “Restoration” and “Awakening.”

Each piece is accompanied by a small blurb tangentially related to it. They range from inte
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Rocking It On
Jul 16, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The main thing that sells it is the combination of colorful artworks and different prose works (poetry, nonfiction, interviews). Next to that are the brief insights provided by the artists which can, especially in the case of the visuals, add sublayers of meaning that would otherwise be absent. Some of the writing, too, is very smart; but generally, the artists are speaking to ordinary people rather than sophisticates or those who study literature. In other words, if it's more important to you w ...more
Caitlin Simm
Aug 20, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This journal has been really great to read now and then. I would've read it all at once, but Im not usually into Magazines or Journals, but appart from that it was a good read
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Kat Lahr is founder of Thought Collection Publishing. She enjoys collaborating with other literary and visual artists to collectively bring wisdom, creativity, and social change to the world. Kat currently holds an MBA, is an Adjunct Professor, Researcher, Entrepreneur, Mom, and Wife.

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“We are all tied to the burdens of this existence, and it seems as if everyday renewal is occurring in our lives and those around us.” 3 likes
“I don’t know about you, but I believe that in our present time we are definitely shaking things up with human fate in this world.” 0 likes
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