Sunday, October 12, 2008

Wilderness House Literary Review Volume 3, number three released online

LITTLETON, MA – October 12 2008 – The Wilderness House Literary Review committee is pleased to announce that Volume 3 number 3 has been released on the Web. This edition of includes works of fiction by John Hanson Mitchell as well as short fiction by Denis Emorine, Jessica Keener, Jim Parks and Shannon O'Connor. As well as essays by Charles F. Campbell, Irene Koronas, Ashley Taylor, Doug Holder and Steve Glines and poetry by A. D. Winan, Chris Crittenden, Eric Greinke, Howard Good, Howard LeeKilby, Jackie Biederman, John Hildebidle, John Thomas Clark, Kathleen Haskard, Lawrence Kessenich, Lo Galluccio, Lyn Lifshin, Michael Amado, Peycho Kane, Raymond Diandrea, Robert K. Johnson, Shannon O'Connor, Sherry O'Keefe, and Susan Tepper.

Wilderness House Literary Review has compared favorably by the Boston Globe to Ploughshares, the literary magazine from Emerson College. WHLR is a result of the collaboration between a group of poets and writers who call themselves the Bagel Bards, Industrial Myth and the Wilderness House Literary Retreat. The Wilderness House Literary Retreat is supported by the Rotary Club of Littleton Massachusetts. is sponsored by Industrial Myth and Magic. Industrial Myth is a Public Relations firm based in Littleton Massachusetts. Industrial Myth maintains a practice specializing in literary properties. It’s not good enough to just have a better mousetrap--you need a more compelling story. It’s not just advertising, it’s not just marketing, it’s not just product design … it’s everything. It’s an industrial myth and that’s magic. See

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