The dog days of summer.
Hotter days, cooler nights.
The local lit scene is about as vibrant as an inverted ice-cream cone on a hot sidewalk. But there are other things to do besides writing. Like canoeing Kootenay Lake for contact with the elemental beauty that surrounds us, along with the riff raff in Jet boats who can’t see anything that isn’t in swim shorts.
In this issue (so far) prose and poetry by Geoff Weston, Sean Arthur Joyce, Phil Mader and prose and photos by Doug Wilton.
Please Note The Visual Essay by Toronto Artist Franke James: WHAT IS HARPER AFRAID OF?
Send your verse or creative prose, flash stories, postcard novels etcetera, either as an attachment (word, google doc, pdf) or as a direct email to doug@elephant mountain.org
WE ARE NOW TAKING SUBMISSIONS FOR THE FALL/WINTER ISSUE OF THE ELEPHANT MOUNTAIN REVIEW WHICH WILL GO TO PRESS IN SEPTEMBER SO SEND YOUR SHORT PROSE AND VERSE ASAP IF YOU WANT TO SEE IT IN KOOTENAY BOOK STORES (AND BEYOND?)