NOTE: LIEF will likely continue for another issue. Commencing around mid-January and creating an issue quickly. When we are moved, we may offer critiques of work. This past issue we learned that critiques are not always welcome. Tell us if you would rather we not comment on how to make your work succeed with us. Acceptance comes quickly; rejections, because they are painful to us, may not come at all. After two weeks, be discouraged. Be assured that there other cool things to be doing in this often beautiful world.
Dara Syrkin, QA
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Summer 2012 Issue
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An UNSOLICITED LETTER
From JACK LARGE
(Jack is donor of our new online home, at www.familography.com/lief. Thanks, Jack!)
Now that I've perused every page of LIEF 2, I wish I'd done something, anything to help out sooner. I really like everything with grandparents and/or grandchildren in. I'm a fan of everything Sean Poole has lavished on me the past year. I'd love to sneak up and grab Jeanne Lutz from behind some time. I'd love a slice of Bundt cake. Finley's movies make me feel stoned. I love feeling stoned. I hope LIEF and the Familographer have each other's love children. I most profoundly hope everyone in my lief, and in theirs, has a fantastic new year.
I REALLY love the sound of that thumb harp the way it works with the poems of Roy McBride, who I love, and the way Mike Hazard treats his story.
The art, the photos, the spirit...I love LIEF.