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New Online Publication: Hippocampus Magazine

December 1, 2011

On May 1 of this year, Hippocampus Magazine went live. It’s no secret how much I admire its editor, Donna Talarico, and the incredible job she’s done starting a new literary outlet from scratch, pledging new quality material on a monthly basis. Memoir and essays fill its pages, but so do reviews, craft articles, interviews, and articles on the writing life. Hippocampus’s central theme is memory, and the magazine even dedicated some of the proceeds from its first-ever creative nonfiction contest to the Alzheimer’s Association. Donna has also grown her team of writers and editors, including my friend and fellow Kenyon Review Writers Workshop member Risa Nye.

I fall squarely in line with those who believe in relationships between editors, publications, writers, and readers. Publication need not be one-and-done. When Hippocampus published a chapter of my book in the May 1 issue, I knew already that I wanted to send something else. And today, December 1, I’m honored to have another chapter, “Blaze of Gloria,” published online by Hippocampus!

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4 Comments
  1. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, Suz. I’ve even heard and read versions or allusions to this recovered memory, but you write it so evocatively in Hippocampus that it stirs me anew. I would love your work even if I didn’t know you, but I feel so so so lucky that I do.

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  2. And once again, I have fallen head over heals for your words (and maybe you, just a little more, if at all possible).

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  3. Risa permalink

    Thanks for the mention! You’re the best!

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  4. Suzanne,

    Thank you so much for the kind words. I am so delighted you submitted to us again and that we’ve published Blaze of Gloria. So glad you are part of our community!

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