Saint Ann's Review
At THE SAINT ANN'S REVIEW we like a good argument between our covers. In our forthcoming issue, for instance, a given story mocks the holy aura surrounding pregnancy; another sanctifies it. (Our word choice here may be unfortunate, as we are a distinctly secular publication.) We like a lyrical poem to sound lyrical and a narrative, poem or prose, to tell a story. Bearing witness? Writing sheer fabrication? As John Synge once wrote (we paraphrase), "Every [piece] should be as fully flavored as a nut or apple."