LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR REVIEWS NORTH OF FORSAKEN BY MATTHEW P. MAYO IN THE LANCASHIRE POST
"Old family wounds are reopened during a treacherous, blood-splattered journey through Wyoming to track down a valuable deeded property in a gritty Western from Spur Award-winning author Matthew P. Mayo."
Nicholas Litchfield's review of North of Forsaken (A Roamer Western) is published today in The Lancashire Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.
EDITOR OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE REVIEWS ALEXANDER McCALL SMITH'S THE BERTIE PROJECT FOR THE LANCASHIRE POST
"Love and marriage, freedom and loneliness, and risk and misadventure are some of the themes in the latest instalment of prolific, bestselling author Alexander McCall Smith's delightfully witty 44 Scotland Street series."
Nicholas Litchfield's review of The Bertie Project is published today in The Lancashire Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR REVIEWS WORLD, CHASE ME DOWN BY ANDREW HILLEMAN IN THE LANCASHIRE POST
"Colourful, real-life American outlaw Pat Crowe, the most wanted man in America at the turn of the century, is masterfully resurrected in the epic, action-packed Western novel World, Chase Me Down"
Nicholas Litchfield's review of World, Chase Me Down is published today in The Lancashire Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.
EDITOR OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE REVIEWS "MASSIVE, CLEANSING FIRE" BY DAVE HOUSLEY
"An imposing inferno of visually dazzling, dynamic writing."
This week, in the Colorado Review, the editor of Lowestoft Chronicle reviews Dave Housley's latest story collection Massive, Cleansing Fire. You can read the full, in-depth book review at this web link.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR REVIEWS DEATH AND THE NAKED LADY / THE LADY AND THE CHEETAH BY JOHN FLAGG IN THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST
"John Flagg, pseudonym of American crime writer John Gearon who died in 1970, delivers a barrage of murder and mayhem in two fabulous 1951 mysteries…with the added bonus of a suspense-packed short story."
Nicholas Litchfield's review of Death and the Naked Lady / The Lady and the Cheetah is published today in The Lancashire Evening Post, and syndicated to 25 newspapers across the UK.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR REVIEWS ERLE STANLEY GARDNER'S THE KNIFE SLIPPED IN THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST
"After a forty-six year lull, the frosted office door of 'B. Cool, Investigations' swings open once more as the lovable private eye team of 'hard as nails' boss Bertha Cool and her 'little runt' operative, Donald Lam, set to work on a tough new case in The Knife Slipped."Nicholas Litchfield's review of The Knife Slipped is published today in The Lancashire Evening Post, and 25 other newspapers across the UK.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR REVIEWS LAWRENCE BLOCK'S NOVEL SINNER MAN FOR THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST
"First published in 1968 and thought lost for many years, acclaimed US mystery writer Lawrence Block's riveting, unflinching first crime novel is at long last reprinted." Nicholas Litchfield's review of Sinner Man is published today in The Lancashire Evening Post, and 25 other newspapers across the UK.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2016 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the Pushcart Prize XLII (for poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published by little magazines and small presses in 2016):
Pushcart Prize nominations:
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S NOMINATIONS FOR THE BEST AMERICAN SERIES
We've nominated these pieces for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt's annual Best American anthology series.:
Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy:
Best American Travel Writing:
AFAR MAGAZINE: LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE - #1 BEST FREE TRAVEL JOURNAL
Lowestoft Chronicle is featured today in AFAR magazine, a US travel publication focused on Experiential Travel. The LC tops the list of best free travel journals to explore over the holidays. Writer Pat Tompkins notes: "In this quarterly, you'll find creative nonfiction, short stories, and a few poems, with a welcome dose of humor in many. Try 'People-Watching in the Galápagos Islands.' Wander around the site and you'll find intriguing stories."
EDITOR OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE REVIEWS ABIGAIL R. SHAFFER'S DEBUT NOVEL FOR THE COLORADO REVIEW
Published in the Colorado Review today, Lowestoft Chronicle editor Nicholas Litchfield takes a close, detailed look at Abigail R. Shaffer's notable debut novel, Children of the Country.
GRAND DEPARTURES (LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2016 ANTHOLOGY)
"Haunting, idiosyncratic, and unexpected, like the true delights of travel."
Published today, Grand Departures, the latest in the Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology Series, featuring work by: Elaine Barnard, Roland Barnes, William Quincy Belle, Doug Bolling, Bill Cole, Eileen Cunniffe, Colin Dodds, Liz Dolan, Nancy Ford Dugan, Justine Dymond, Gina Ferrara, Nancy Scott Hanway, David Havird, Ashley Mace Havird, Caroline Horwitz, Michael C. Keith, Tina Koenig, Robert Mangeot, Robert Garner McBrearty, Frank Mundo, Ryan Napier, Jim Plath, Christina Selby, Scott Solomon, J.E.A. Wallace, and Olga Wojtas. Available from all the major online booksellers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or directly from us.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE FEATURE — EDITOR DISCUSSES 5 FANTASTIC JOURNEYS
Lowestoft Chronicle is featured today on author Mary Beth Magee's website. Last year, Magee reviewed the Lowestoft Chronicle anthology Other Places in Examiner.com. Here she invites the editor of Lowestoft Chronicle to share five fantastic journeys in literature.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2016 ANTHOLOGY: Grand Departures
Grand Departures, the latest in the Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology Series, will be published on November 1st. The book will feature the following masterful writers: Elaine Barnard, Roland Barnes, William Quincy Belle, Doug Bolling, Bill Cole, Eileen Cunniffe, Colin Dodds, Liz Dolan, Nancy Ford Dugan, Justine Dymond, Gina Ferrara, Nancy Scott Hanway, David Havird, Ashley Mace Havird, Caroline Horwitz, Michael C. Keith, Tina Koenig, Robert Mangeot, Robert Garner McBrearty, Frank Mundo, Ryan Napier, Jim Plath, Christina Selby, Scott Solomon, J.E.A. Wallace, and Olga Wojtas.
STELLAR REVIEW OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S ISSUE #26 TODAY IN THE REVIEW REVIEW
"Lowestoft Chronicle publishes some of the finest work of travel writing on the Internet today. Yours truly had been assigned to review Summer, Issue 26, and I found that I wanted to tell all of my friends about it." — Krystal Sierra in The Review Review
Read the 5-star review of our latest issue published today in The Review Review, a website devoted to reviewing literary journals. "The pieces, specifically works of fiction and nonfiction, are captivating. Enamored by this work is not the appropriate way to describe my experience — I was enthralled by the work, by the control in narrative each of the contributors have. I was compelled to read each of the pieces from the first word to the last. Like a new lover, Lowestoft Chronicle fascinated me more times over than I anticipated, and I believe that it is something the journal aims for and will continue to do," writes Sierra, going on to analyze several of her favorite pieces.
It's not common for literary journals to receive a 5-star review in TRR, and this marks our second standout review.
ISSUE #26 OF THE LC IS PERHAPS THE BEST YET!
This summer in Lowestoft Chronicle: A newly translated travel essay by renowned Danish novelist and journalist Knud Sønderby, a stunning new tale from acclaimed author Michael C. Keith, and uniquely original new fiction from Ivy Goodman, winner of the prestigious Iowa Short Fiction Award. Check out the latest issue, which contains some of the most entertaining prose and poetry on the web.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S BEST AMERICAN TRAVEL WRITING NOMINATIONS
We've nominated the following pieces for The Best American Travel Writing series, a yearly anthology published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt:
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2015 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the Pushcart Prize XLI (for poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published by little magazines and small presses in 2015):
Pushcart Prize nominations:
GLOWING REVIEW OF OTHER PLACES IN ROUGH EDGES
"If you're interested in literary fiction, I highly recommend the Lowestoft Chronicle, and OTHER PLACES is a great sampling of the sort of work you can find there." — James Reasoner in Rough Edges
The New York Times bestselling author James Reasoner (a veteran author with more than 300 tremendous novels to his name) writes a glowing review of the latest Lowestoft Chronicle anthology, OTHER PLACES, in his popular blog, Rough Edges. Picking out his favorite stories, poems, and interviews, Reasoner discusses the work of more than half a dozen contributors, including work by William Quincy Belle, Peter Biello, Geoffrey B. Cain, David Hagerty, Michael C. Keith, Jay Parini, Sheldon Russell, and others. Check out his excellent review at the weblink below.
EXAMINER.COM PRAISES LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE AND OTHER PLACES
"Armchair travelers, rejoice! Filled with fiction, nonfiction and poetry about travel and destinations, Other Places brings the far corners of the world to the reader's armchair." — Mary Beth Magee, Examiner.com
Read the 5-star review of OTHER PLACES, the latest book in Lowestoft Chronicle's anthology series, published today in Examiner.com. The online review discusses the work of half a dozen contributors.
THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST GIVES OTHER PLACES A RAVE REVIEW
"Other Places is the perfect holiday destination, offering truly original locations, a cast of unforgettable travellers, some fun-filled outings, and plenty of local colour." — Lancashire Evening Post
Read the fantastic review of Other Places, the latest Lowestoft Chronicle anthology, in today's edition of the Lancashire Evening Post. This very old and well-known British daily tabloid newspaper features Lowestoft Chronicle in its online edition this week, and it gives the journal high praise indeed. The online review discusses the work of a dozen contributors! It's available to read at the weblink below. There will also be a review published in the print edition of the newspaper on July 13th. Widely distributed and well worth getting hold of!Read the review here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2015 ANTHOLOGY: Other Places
Other Places, Lowestoft Chronicle's 2015 anthology, will be published on July 1st, 2015. The book will feature the following terrific writers: Raymond Abbott, William Quincy Belle, Peter Biello, Robert Boucheron, Geoffrey B. Cain, Scott Dominic Carpenter, Stephen Cloud, Mary Donaldson-Evans, Soren A. Gauger, David Hagerty, David Havird, C.B. Heinemann, Michael C. Keith, Victor Robert Lee, Robert Mangeot, dl mattila, Joe Mills, John Mueter, Matt Nestor, Mona Zutshi Opubor, Jay Parini, Kevin Quigley, Sheldon Russell, Robert Sachs, James Stark, and Allister Timms.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2014 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the Pushcart Prize XL (for poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published by little magazines and small presses in 2014):
Pushcart Prize nominations:
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE IN EXAMINER.COM — EDITOR PICKS 5 FAVORITE RAILROAD BOOKS
Lowestoft Chronicle's 2014 anthology, SOMEWHERE, SOMETIME, is featured today in the LA Books Examiner section of Examiner.com. Frank Mundo invites the editor of Lowestoft Chronicle to share his five favorite railroad books. You can read the article, titled "Five Favorite Railroad Books, by Nicholas Litchfield," at the weblink below.Read the article here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2014 ANTHOLOGY: Somewhere, Sometime
Somewhere, Sometime, Lowestoft Chronicle's 2014 anthology, will be published on March 15th, 2014. The book will feature the following marvelous writers: Jason Braun, Nancy Caronia, Tim Conley, Brian Dennehy, Kim Farleigh, Sue Granzella, Ed Hamilton, Andrew House, Michael C. Keith, Nick LaRocca, Matthew P. Mayo, James Reasoner, George Moore, Susan Moorhead, Jay Parini, Yvonne Pesquera, Thomas Piekarski, Chuck Redman, Rob McClure Smith, Michael Solomon, Jackie Strawbridge, and Laine Strutton.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2013 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the Pushcart Prize XXXIX (for poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published by little magazines and small presses in 2013):
Pushcart Prize nominations:
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE EDITOR DISCUSSES HIS 5 FAVORITE BOOKS IN EXAMINER.COM
Published today in the LA Books Examiner section of The Examiner, Frank Mundo invites the editor of Lowestoft Chronicle to talk about five of his favorite books. You can read the article, titled "Five Favorite Books Themed Around Humorous Journeys by Nicholas Litchfield," at the weblink below.Read the article here.
SWAMPJACK VIRUS BOOK REVIEW IN THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST
"A fast-paced, well-plotted and gripping 21st century espionage thriller...Swampjack Virus, with its ironic undertones, charismatic cast and nail-biting suspense, takes us on a high-speed, rollercoaster journey from the opulent colonial lake houses in New York State to the slate-grey industrial towns and bleak back lanes of England. Don't miss the all-action adventure..."
The English newspaper, the Lancashire Evening Post, features an excellent book review of Swampjack Virus today (a suspense thriller by the editor of Lowestoft Chronicle). The book review is available to read on their website or in various other regional newspapers. There will also be a review published in the printed version of the Lancashire Evening Post on the 28th of October.Read the review here.
FM4 FEATURES LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE
FM4, the fourth and youngest radio station at the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, features Lowestoft Chronicle as their web tip of the day. In his Today's Webtip segment, Dave Dempsey writes: "I used to read a lot of literary magazines. Wonderful little collections of short stories and essays that you could only find in bookstores that felt like home. It wasn't until I ran across lowestoftchronicle.com that I realized just how long it has been. The Lowestoft Chronicle gets around both problems...they even have a print version. It's worth a look for fans of short stories, creative non-fiction and poetry."Read Today's Webtip at FM4 here.
EXCELLENT BOOK REVIEW OF INTREPID TRAVELERS IN ROUGH EDGES
"Refreshing and well-written, Intrepid Travelers takes the reader to a wide variety of literary destinations, and makes even a confirmed hermit like me want to get up and go somewhere. Highly recommended." — James Reasoner, Rough Edges
In his entertaining blog, Rough Edges, the New York Times bestselling author James Reasoner writes a wonderful review of the latest Lowestoft Chronicle anthology, Intrepid Travelers. Focusing on the fiction and interviews, Reasoner discusses the work of half a dozen contributors, including stories by Tamara Kaye Sellman, Hector S. Koburn, David Klein and Brian Conlon. Check out his terrific review at the weblink below.Read the review here.
GREAT BOOK REVIEW OF INTREPID TRAVELERS IN THE EXAMINER.COM
"Intrepid Travelers is a solid collection of funny and fine travel-themed stories, poetry, essays and interviews that easily fits in a back pocket or carry-on bag." — Examiner.com
There is a terrific review of the latest Lowestoft Chronicle anthology, Intrepid Travelers, published in the Examiner.com today. The LA Books Examiner, Frank Mundo, writes: "When I received Intrepid Travelers in the mail for review, a literary anthology I had never read or seen before, I was not only pleasantly surprised to see one still going so strongly, I was also extremely impressed, after reading it, with the variety and quality of the writing. Without a single stinker or filler piece in the bunch, this wonderful 160-page "little" anthology definitely bids well for the strength of work the online magazine version must regularly publish." The glowing review, which discusses the work of seven of the contributors, is available to read at the weblink below.Read the review here.
THE LANCASHIRE EVENING POST REVIEW OF INTREPID TRAVELERS
"Intrepid Travelers is a coruscating cornucopia of humour, drama and big, beautiful adventures. Highly original and entertaining. Don't miss it!" — Lancashire Evening Post
The Lancashire Evening Post, the excellent British daily tabloid newspaper that dates back to 1886, carries a glowing review of our latest anthology, Intrepid Travelers. Discussing the work of at least ten of the contributors, the online review is available to read at the weblink below. There will also be a review published in the printed version of the Lancashire Evening Post on June 17th.Read the review here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2013 ANTHOLOGY: Intrepid Travelers
The latest Lowestoft Chronicle anthology, Intrepid Travelers, features the following fabulous writers: Jada Ach, Jack Austin, Randal S. Brandt, Brian Conlon, Steve Gronert Ellerhoff, Bruce Gatenby, Sharleen Jonsson, Michael C. Keith, David Klein, Hector S. Koburn, Barth Landor, Robert Mangeot, dl mattila, Mark J. Mitchell, Lynn E. Palermo, James Reasoner, Tamara Kaye Sellman, Denise Thompson-Slaughter, Dennis Vanvick, and Franz Wisner.
ISSUE #13 OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE IS THE BIGGEST AND BOLDEST ISSUE YET!
Among the 13 pieces in our 13th issue: new poetry by international bestselling author Jay Parini, New York Times bestselling author James Reasoner discusses some of his many Westerns and describes his writing process, and there's new fiction by acclaimed author Michael C. Keith, as well as an interview with him about his new story collection, his memoir, and his academic works.
INTREPID TRAVELERS: Lowestoft Chronicle's 2013 Anthology
The newest collection in Lowestoft Chronicle's yearly anthology series, INTREPID TRAVELERS, will be published on June 1st, 2013. More details to follow soon.
THE HUFFINGTON POST REVIEWS MICHAEL C. KEITH'S LATEST SHORT STORY COLLECTION
Sad Boy, the new short story collection from regular Lowestoft Chronicle contributor Michael C. Keith, was published this month. Among the many fine short stories in the collection is "Pájaro Diablo" (first published in Issue #10 of Lowestoft Chronicle). There is a glowing review of his new book in The Huffington Post this week.Read the review here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2012 PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the Pushcart Prize XXXVIII (for poetry, short fiction, essays or literary whatnot published by little magazines and small presses in 2012):
Pushcart Prize nominations:
NEWPAGES.COM ISSUE 11 REVIEW
"Lowestoft Chronicle presents entertaining and exciting stories that lend themselves toward travel without dipping completely over into travel writing. This issue's fiction chronicles traveling with a girlfriend who has Seasonal Affective Disorder, moving to the plains to help build a railroad, taking the upsell on a cruise in Paris, and wandering into a movie set." — NewPages
NewPages, the independent publishing review website, reviews the latest issue (#11) of Lowestoft Chronicle.Read the full review here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2012 NOMINATIONS
We've made the following nominations for the 2012 Best of the Net anthology (for poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction published online between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012):
Sundress Publications' 2012 Best of the Net anthology:
FOLLOW-UP ON EDITOR'S INTERVIEW WITH RANDAL S. BRANDT
"The latest issue of Lowestoft Chronicle contains a fascinating interview with Randal S. Brandt about his discovery of a lost manuscript by the author David Dodge." — Nicholas Rombes, author of Ramones and A Cultural Dictionary of Punk: 1974-1982.
Over the last couple of months, Lowestoft Chronicle's interview with Randal S. Brandt was positively reviewed in the literary review website The Review Review, and praised by acclaimed authors Nicholas Rombes and James Reasoner. It was also cited in the independent news site Berkeleyside, the crime fiction news and features website The Rap Sheet, as well as being reprinted in full in Mystery Fanfare.
TCR STORY OF THE MONTH FOR JULY
The Committee Room, a website covering aspects of literary culture, has chosen as its Story of the Month "Something Like Culture Shock" by Dennis Vanvick, first published in Issue 10 of Lowestoft Chronicle.Read the Q&A with Dennis Vanvick here.
ISSUE #10 REVIEW: LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE FLIES HIGH WITH HUMOR, TRAVEL AND FLASH FICTION
"Lowestoft Chronicle's latest issue, #10, is a good read …many short stories and poems here offer deeper meanings and address heavier topics. Overall, this issue is full of great talent and exceptionally written pieces." — The Review ReviewRead the five star review here.
INTERVIEW: RANDAL S. BRANDT ON LATEST DAVID DODGE DISCOVERIES
In Issue 10 of Lowestoft Chronicle: an exclusive interview with Randal S. Brandt, creator of the profoundly comprehensive website "A David Dodge Companion," chronicling the life and works of mystery writer David Dodge (1910-1974). Also, newly found, never-before-seen photos of David Dodge.
"LIKE IT? LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE IT!"
Join in our "Like it? Lowestoft Chronicle it!" campaign. Like us on Facebook. Buy one of our books. Ask your library to stock our softcover titles. Suggest us to your family and friends, your students, your colleagues, your book club chairperson and the chap sitting next to you on the train. Bookmark Lowestoft Chronicle today!
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2012 ANTHOLOGY: Far-flung and Foreign
Far-flung and Foreign, Lowestoft Chronicle's 2012 anthology, will be published on March 1st, 2012. The book will feature the following fabulous writers: Vanessa Blakeslee, Will Buckingham, Joan L. Cannon, Lorraine Caputo, Martina Clark, Rijn Collins, Laury A. Egan, Michael Frissore, Bruce Gatenby, Kathie Giorgio, Charles Haddox, Rick Hartwell, Paul Kavanagh, Michael C. Keith, Wayne Lee, A. L. Means, Nicholas Rombes, Gordon West, and Scott Younkin.
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For a limited time only the Lowestoft Chronicle 2011 Anthology is being offered for only $6.91 at Amazon.com (a whopping 54% off the retail price!). Mr. Amazon is also offering free super saver shipping on this product. Steal of the month for this splendid coffee table filler.Buy it from Amazon here.
MY AUDIO UNIVERSE
My Audio Universe, the literary magazine of sound, has adapted to audio the story "I like your deer's moustache, and other Lithuanian tales" by Rijn Collins, first published in Issue 7 of Lowestoft Chronicle.Listen to the story here.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2011 NOMINATIONS
Pushcart Prize nominations:
Sundress Publications' 2011 Best of the Net anthology:
NEWPAGES.COM ISSUE 6 REVIEW
"Lowestoft Chronicle's website is nicely laid out and there is wide variation of reading material. This is an eclectic journal which stresses that it likes humorous pieces with an emphasis on travel, hence many of the works take one to far-away and exotic places." — NewPages
A glowing review of Lowestoft Chronicle can be found in NewPages — one of the most valuable independent publishing review websites.Read the full review here.
REVIEWS OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE
"A tip of the hat (sombrero, fez) to Lowestoft Chronicle for fueling our urge to turn off Jersey Shore, toss our cell phones into a lake, and go embrace this amazing planet of ours. Bon Voyage!" — FRANZ WISNER, New York Times bestselling author of Honeymoon with My Brother and How the World Makes Love.
During the past couple of months we have received glowing reviews from some of our favorite authors. A special thank you to Tony Perrottet, Abby Frucht, and Peter Jenkins for some very kind words. We are extremely grateful to our friend, the gifted travel writer and adventurer, Franz Wisner, for his help, his humor, and his supportive comments. See our Reviews page to read what people are saying about us.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE 2011 ANTHOLOGY
"This is a fine anthology that I found both provocative and enjoyable. Highest praise: it made me want to write short stories again." — Luke Rhinehart
We recently received praise from a number of great writers, among them one of our favorite writers of all time, Luke Rhinehart — acclaimed author of the cult classic The Dice Man. The prestigious British magazine Loaded named it "the novel of the century," and The Telegraph, one of the UK's leading newspapers, included it in their list of the 50 Best Cult Books of all time. His exceptional books continue to inspire us and we are indebted to him for taking the time to read our anthology and offer his thoughts.
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S 2011 STORYSOUTH MILLION WRITERS AWARD NOMINATIONS
The 2011 storySouth Million Writers Award:
LIBRARY JOURNAL REVIEW OF LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE
"All things considered, it might just be a very good thing if the Lowestoft Chronicle were to achieve their goal of world domination. Best wishes to them!" — Cheryl LaGuardia, e-Views, Library Journal
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S PUSHCART NOMINATIONS
Pushcart Prize XXXVI anthology nominations:
LOWESTOFT CHRONICLE'S "BEST OF" NOMINATIONS
In recognition of their jolly good writing, we have nominated these writers for the following awards.
Dzanc Books’ Best of the Web 2011 anthology:
Sundress Publications' 2010 Best of the Net anthology:
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