Femnista Sept / Oct 2014


Our latest issue is out! This once centers around stories that have not received critical acclaim necessarily, but that have intrigued their readers or viewers, who feel they deserve more recognition. Our task this month was to rekindle an interest in something you may have forgotten, or to help you discover a new favorite.

You can read the issue online or download it here. As always, past issues are available on my website.

Included in this issue are: The Making of a Lady, The Wild Wild West, My Brilliant Career, The Pink Carnation, Lorna Doone, The Sinking of the Laconia, The Painted Veil, The Longest Journey, Eugene Onegin, North & South, Rosencrantz and Gilderstern are Dead, Combat, John Carter, A Tree With Deep Roots, and Emily of New Moon.

As always, we welcome new writers into future issues. Our Halloween theme is “Monsters & Madness” and we still have a few open spots; for December, we have “A Family Affair,” centering on families in fiction. If interested, you can check out the current back cover for some ideas or consult the list of topics that are already taken. Or, of course, you can think up your own topic!

Enjoy! Please, if you like our publication, share it with your friends.

7 thoughts on “Femnista Sept / Oct 2014

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  1. Excellent issue!! It’s probably my favorite in a while. Also, I’ve been listening to The Painted Veil as I drive to work. I read the whole article, anyway. If you haven’t read the book (or seen the movie), you should! I hope to watch the movie when I finish my classes.

  2. Excited for this issue. Looks like a great array of topics which is always a plus. Thanks for organizing the chaos into something lovely, Charity. 🙂

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