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Ragnarok the e-lit Journal showcases some of the best writing in English produced in the world today. Our first issue features the winners of the first Valhalla Press literary fiction and creative non-fiction contest and works by other Valhalla Press authors. Featured writers include Jan English Leary, Mark Levine, Jennifer Peckinpaugh, Davey Jones, Jamie Derkenne, Jay AntRagnarok the e-lit Journal showcases some of the best writing in English produced in the world today. Our first issue features the winners of the first Valhalla Press literary fiction and creative non-fiction contest and works by other Valhalla Press authors. Featured writers include Jan English Leary, Mark Levine, Jennifer Peckinpaugh, Davey Jones, Jamie Derkenne, Jay Antani, Mary Beth Ellis, Albert Davenport, John Pistelli and Adrienne Terrell Washington....

Title : Ragnarok Fall/Winter 2012 - a Valhalla Press e-lit journal
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ISBN : 1230000033872
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 113 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Ragnarok Fall/Winter 2012 - a Valhalla Press e-lit journal Reviews

  • Anniken Davenport
    2019-06-15 18:56

    A fascinating compilation of fine contemporary writing ranging from classic short stories to creative nonfiction pieces with a scholarly article and a book review to boot. A very talented array of authors provide treats from all over the literary map. Available for kindle, nook, andkobo e-readers.

  • David Jones
    2019-05-28 21:45

    The inaugural issue of Ragnarok compiles nothing less than an absolutely formidable cast of authors with incontestably strong voices. The issue reads something like a coincidental meeting of amazing authors who, at the end of the end of the issue, disperse and head in separate directions with backward reluctant glances wondering about the odds of meeting like this again.

  • Eric
    2019-05-28 18:50

    I’m always looking for something to read on the Metro that isn’t too long. This fits the bill - short stories, commentary, non-fiction all easily read in one or two day’s worth of Metro rides depending on how long your commute is.

  • Albert Davenport
    2019-06-20 22:07