Anymore, people seem to think they don’t have time to read for pleasure.
Longridge Review is here to help you fix that.
Grab a cup of coffee and get comfortable with the gorgeous visual tones of artist Michael Teel, then peruse these terrific new essays:
- Within an Inch of My Life
Faith Gong (Vermont) reflects on chasing perfection after the grades stop, and in the process reveals a lifelong struggle that is both chilling and inspiring.
- Temple Bar
Patricia Hopper (West Virginia) takes the reader to her childhood Ireland, complete with sights, smells, sounds, and people.
Connie Kinsey (West Virginia) is haunted by the ghost of a little girl in her elementary school decades ago.
- The Space in Between
Susan Krakoff (Ireland) grapples with slivers of memories about her father.
- Doubt Matters
Jeremy Paden (Kentucky) explores the dark fires of doubt, losing faith, and an emerging new concept of God.
- Beauty Walks a Razor’s Edge
Amy Sprague (Wisconsin) remembers the last enchantments of childhood with an adored cousin as his chronic illness advances.
You can find it all and more right here: Longridge Review #1, Fall 2015.
p.s. Want to write for us? See submission guidelines here: Longridge Review SUBMIT