Issue Twenty of > kill author, which we announced back in July would also be our last, is now live. And yes, it’s still our last.
It features thirty-one writers whose work displays all the imagination, impact and individuality we said we were looking for when we opened submissions for our first issue back in June 2009. We’re obviously entirely biased, but the nineteen issues since then haven’t disappointed in those qualities.
In the introduction to this final collection, we say more about why we’re bringing > kill author to an end. We’ve also created a complete list of the writers we’ve published, which offers another way to explore this literary journal’s archive. The site itself will remain online for the foreseeable future.
With the closure of > kill author this is, of course, also the last post on this blog. Thanks to those contributors who took the time and trouble to write entries discussing the work they appreciated in each issue, and thanks to all of you for reading.
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