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Main Street Rag Builds Tight Literary Community

“There is nothing like the smell and feel of paper pulp” claims Main Street Rag. They won’t get any objection from us. And it’s that love for the printed word, for books and magazines as objets d’art, that comes through in each issue of this Charlotte-based literary magazine. Published uniterrupted since 1996, Main Street Rag […]

By the Light of the moonShine review

“The night’s magic,” sang Van Morrison, “seems to whisper and hush.” moonShine review believes that away from the sun’s harsh glare, “promises are made, bodies come together, words are spoken that can never be taken backā€”and the creative process thrives.” Founded in 2005 and published in Cabarrus County, moonShine review is a journal of creative […]

Happy “Sweet Sixteen” to Pedestal Magazine!

The Pedestal Magazine, based in Charlotte, has just published Issue 79, which marks their 16th anniversary. From all of us here at the Network: happy birthday! Founded by editor-in-chief and poet John Amen, The Pedestal Magazine is committed to showcasing both established and burgeoning writers, and to promoting artistic diversity and celebrating the voice of […]