The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome: THESE CURVES TALK
I’m a 27-year-old writer who loves books, movies, fashion, food, and DIY projects.
Canadian Book Addict
I am a 30-something Canadian who loves reading. I have loved reading since I first learned to read. I am addicted to reading. Mount Island is literature, visual art, and music for the uncommonly like-minded. We believe that oddlings and traditions can share the same bed. After all, if they’re only kept separate, then one must always be the master of the other. There are no masters on Mount Island, and the gods here are happily retired and repenting. For real, though—we think that contrast and dialogue can be liberating, and we gather and showcase artwork accordingly. We look for literature, visual art, and music in all its most promising forms: the traditional, the experimental, the decidedly radical—we want them to share a room together. A line can be traced between these forms to see that the new is never created, but rather rearranged.
The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome:
Because Book lovers never go to bed alone. THERESA M. COLE
Editor… Book Lover… Crafter… Mom…
The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome: ZYMBOL Zymbol is an art and literature magazine with aesthetic roots in the symbolist and surrealist movements. In the fields of literature, visual art, criticism and theory, we publish the finest work of both established and emerging voices. NEVER ENOUGH SHELF SPACE Satisfying an insatiable thirst for the written word.
The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome: ECKLEBURG – The Doctor T. J. Eckleburg Review is an online and print literary and arts journal housed at The Johns Hopkins University. We take our title from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby and include the full archives of our predecessor Moon Milk Review. Our aesthetic is eclectic, literary mainstream to experimental. We appreciate fusion forms including magical realist, surrealist, meta- realist and realist works with an offbeat spin. We value character-focused storytelling and language and welcome both edge and mainstream with punch aesthetics. We like humor that explores the gritty realities of world and human experiences.
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The Litbreaker Ad Network loved welcoming new partners. Today we welcome: NYC BOOKWORM – The idea that what I think about a book might be instrumental in helping another fellow lover of books decide whether or not to read something is totally awesome.