Featured Lit Mag: Cream City Review

With fiction by Ashley Kaine

Dec. 31, 1969
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I've taken a break from damaging my brain with copious amounts of Dragon Age to check out the progress of Cream City Review's new Web site, and it's looking fantastic. Easy to browse, lots of features and teasers for the issues, and a built-in blog with updates and other features that take advantage of the internet (like video, for instance!).

Cream City Review is published by the creative writing department at UW-Milwaukee, started in 1975 by Mary Zane Allen, who used a Xerox to get issues out. Since then, it's developed a good name for itself and features writers like J.D. McClatchy and James Tate.

Click here to check them out.

Interested in submitting something to the journal? Click here for the submission guidelines.

Subscriptions for one year are only $22. And you're supporting a Milwaukee literary journal!


Ken Brosky


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