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Popular magazine Lowestoft Chronicle publishes its second print anthology: Far-flung and Foreign
Lowestoft Chronicle, the popular online magazine that focuses on the art of travel, has published its second print anthology, Far-flung and Foreign.
From the back cover:
“Nicely laid out … eclectic … humorous pieces with an emphasis on travel, hence many of the works take one to far-away and exotic places.” — NewPages
A crime-fighting reporter battles a dragon and a grave robber; a student falls in love at a leper colony in Tajikistan; an alien emerges in a café in Baoji …this anthology is crammed with scintillating tales!
Action, intrigue, romance and adventure — your boss may not be familiar with these words, and if he is he may not think they occur outside the workplace. This is your chance to tell him he’s wrong. Beyond his wilting glare beckons the shimmering, fun-packed Far-flung and Foreign, featuring the very best prose and poetry from the quarterly magazine Lowestoft Chronicle. Laden with dragons, lepers and Barbie dolls, and transporting readers to far-flung places, we proudly present the work of Vanessa Blakeslee, Will Buckingham, Joan L. Cannon, Lorraine Caputo, Martina Clark, Rijn Collins, Laury A. Egan, Michael Frissore, Bruce Gatenby, Kathie Giorgio, Charles Haddox, Rick Hartwell, Paul Kavanagh, Michael C. Keith, Benjamin Kensey, Wayne Lee, A. L. Means, Nicholas Rombes, Gordon West, and Scott Younkin.
Whether bronzing on the company yacht, dipping strawberries in a glass of warm champagne, or at the ski lodge, reclining on the bearskin rug by an open fire with your drink of choice and man or woman of the hour, this collection is something you can fondle lovingly whatever the season.
"Lowestoft Chronicle is a wonderful new addition to the world of creative writing." — Tony Perrottet, author of The Naked Olympics and Napoleon's Privates
“A tip of the hat (sombrero, fez) to Lowestoft Chronicle for fueling our urge to turn off Jersey Shore, toss our cell phones into a lake, and go embrace this amazing planet of ours.” — Franz Wisner, New York Times bestselling author of Honeymoon with My Brother and How the World Makes Love
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Lowestoft Chronicle is an online literary magazine, published quarterly. Founded in 2009, it publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction with an emphasis on travel.