The July to September issue of Sentinel Literary Quarterly serves up a big harvest of poetry, fiction, essays and reviews. The first issue by the recently constituted editorial troika of Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, CHris Stewart, and Nnorom Azuonye, it offers exciting pieces from across the world. Full Editorial
What’s inside this issue?
The hyperlinked items are available and free to read online. A limited number of items published online also appear in print. An electronic version of the print edition is available in pdf format.
ABA AMISSAH ASIBON – The House in Kotokuraba | J.Y. NOBLE – How We Fall | KEVIN R. O’CONNOR – Faceless
SEE-N-SEE OZURUMBA – They Call You Daddy and Mummy | TOBI COGSWELL – Para Marco | TOBI COGSWELL – How to Live a Love Letter | MARK FARRELL – Learning the Language | TIM MARSHALL – This Day | SAMUEL UGBECHIE – Million Miles Away | A.J. HUFFMAN – A Butterfly in Amber | STEVE URWIN – Bright Sunlight | JEFFREY C. ALFIER – Early Monday Train to Ancona Marittima | A.J. MCKENNA – In Ruins | LIZ ROWLANDS – New Recruits | TOM PESCATORE – The Corsica | IRA LIGHTMAN – Restorant | MIKE HANN – Cruel Weather | RICHARD FEIN – Lamenting Long Lost Causal Friday | ALLISON DAVIES – Chinese Burns | KIRSTEN LUCKINS – Tidal | J.P. CHRISTIANSEN – 78 | ANDREI VAN WYK – Scented Candles on a Faultline | P.A. Morbid – Monday, 28th of May, 2012
ESSAYS & REVIEWS
ALISON LOCK Reviews Ibrahim’s The Whispering Trees. | MANDY PANNETT Reviews Azuonye’s The Bridge Selection | N QUENTIN WOOLF – Writers, Writing #7: Publication. SLQ’s Critical Feedback Consultant, N Quentin Woolf continues his discourse on the processes of creating literature. | MIKE SMITH – Depth of Field, Using Detail in Fiction (excerpt)
NGOZI CHUMA-UDEH – Ovid’s Pyramus and Thisbe and Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet: Didacticism versus Emotionalism in the Ill-Fated Lover Motif. | JULIE NOBLE – Serendipitous – the Wrong Waterbus for Venice.