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Alternating Current's annual literary journal dedicated to historical and contemporary views on history contains poetry, maps and historical photographs, fiction, essays, articles, and nonfiction by various authors, both contemporary and historical, about various topics of history. Within these covers fantastically drawn by artist Terry Fan, you'll meet the Romanovs, Serbi ...more
Paperback, 222 pages
Published August 2015 by Alternating Current
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Leah Angstman
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Recommends it for: History fans
Purchase this journal directly from the press here: tinyurl.com/footnotejournal1.

I am the editor of this collection, so while that comes with its biases, I can honestly say that I know this journal inside and out and every piece in it is awesome. It's a journal of history, covering a wide range of subjects from both modern and historical perspectives. It contains poetry, fiction, and nonfiction from very personal viewpoints (non-scholarly), and it just blows me away how fantastic the work is. If
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Leah Angstman is a historian and transplanted Midwesterner, unsure of what feels like home anymore. She is the recent winner of the Loudoun Library Foundation Poetry Award and Nantucket Directory Poetry Award, and is a two-time Top 10 Finalist for the Saluda River Prize for Poetry, judged once by South Carolina Poet Laureate Marjory Heath Wentworth and once by Ray McManus. Her writing has been a r ...more
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