The L Magazine’s New Fiction Section Makes You Fitter, Happier, More Productive

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05/09/2009 11:32 AM |

57bf/1241814729-booksep.jpgAs you may have noticed, we’re now regularly publishing fiction here on thelmagazine.com, because it’s important to us, and to the world.

In our Fiction section’s archives you can see three years of our annual Summer Fiction Issue, and four years of Literary Upstart finalists. And you should also take note of the inaugural stories in our new online fiction section, “Maximum Life”, by our friend Timothy Bracy — being the wrecked life and maudlin loves of a hapless, bumbling minor rock star — and this week’s “Jack-in-the-pulpit”, by 2008 Lit Up finalist Jackie Thomas-Kennedy, about marriage, the Appalachian Trail, and how people can live the same life and draw totally opposite conclusions from it. It’s an auspicious start, we flatter ourselves to think; watch this space.