Synesthesia Literary Journal

Synaesthetic Notes

Syneasthetic Notes is the official blog of Synesthesia Literary Journal.

Find links to the individual posts below followed by words of praise and appreciation from our contributors and audience.

 

From Volume 3:1

Alan Britt, from Volume 3:1 – July 9, 2015

Jacqueline Sheehan, from Volume 3:1 – July 8, 2015

J. M. Scoville, from Volume 3:1 – June 30, 2015

R. W. Haynes, from Volume 3:1 – June 15, 2015

Terese Coe, from Volume 3:1 – June 12, 2015

C. C. Russell, from Volume 3:1 – June 9, 2015

Kristopher D. Taylor, from Volume 3:1 – June 8, 2015

Nuța Istrate Gangan, from Volume 3:1 – May 22, 2015

Jennifer Clarke, from Volume 3:1 – May 20, 2015

Joan Mazza, from Volume 3:1 – May 19, 2015

Stephen Page, from Volume 3:1 – May 18, 2015

J. L. Harlow, from Volume 3:1 – May 11, 2015

Rich Murphy, from Volume 3:1 – May 6, 2015

Una Nichols Hynum, from Volume 3:1 – April 22, 2015

 

From Volume 2:2

Fred Longworth, from Volume 2:2 – December 3, 2014

S. Whitaker, from Volume 2:2 – November 26, 2014

Diane Funston, from Volume 2:2 – November 25, 2014

Sharif Shakhshir, from Volume 2:2 – November 21, 2014

Stephen Linsteadt, from Volume 2:2 – November 20, 2014

Hope Ann Valentine, from Volume 2:2 – November 19, 2014

R. S. Gwynn, from Volume 2:2 – November 14, 2014

Reece A. J. Chambers, from Volume 2:2 – November 13, 2014

Roxy Brown, from Volume 2:2 – November 10, 2014

R. W. Haynes, from Volume 2:2 – November 7, 2014

Dylan Flint, from Volume 2:2 – November 5, 2014

John McKernan, from Volume 2:2 – November 4, 2014

Shane Castaneda and Melonie Weismann, from Volume 2:2 – October 31, 2014

 

From Volume 2:1

Sabrina Elliott, from Volume 2:1 – July 10, 2014

Reece A.J. Chambers, Sicily Famolaro, and Kate Harding, from Volume 2:1 – July 8, 2014

Alejandro Juárez Crawford, from Volume 2:1 – June 23, 2014

Olivier Bochettaz and Marie Lecrivain, from Volume 2:1 – June 18, 2014

Marta Rodríguez Iborra and Janice D. Soderling, from Volume 2:1 — June 12, 2014

A. Maureen Tant, from Volume 2:1 — June 8, 2014

Ken Wagner and J. Ryan Bermuda, from Volume 2:1 — June 4, 2014

Praise and Appreciation:

Alejandro Crawford (an excerpt of his longer piece “Learning Music” appears in the Synesthesia Anthology

“I wanted to take a moment to say how deeply Synesthesia has made me think and feel. What an extraordinary assemblage of images and ideas, and a pleasure for Learning Music to be included alongside them. Definitely came together with an aesthetic integrity, and the way you combined illustrations with poems and essays achieved a dreamlike quality that knit the pieces together in a way that’s unfamiliar, even discomfiting, but in a good way. I performed series of poems as song cycles for years, and developed a set of recordings as well, though till now I’d seldom ventured into the world of literary journals, fearing the work would appear desiccated on the page. In Synesthesia — as I suspected, looking at previous issues — the opposite is the case. I hope this gets the notice it deserves.

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Ken Wagner (his poem “Blame Rain” appears in the Synesthesia Anthology)

“Wow – what a great journal. I am so happy to be along side some great writers and artists.  Thank you for the kind words on the blog – I sent the journal out to all my internet avenues and have received great praise for my work followed by greater praise for Synesthesia and your work.  From here to France on Facebook – Twitter and LinkedIn.  The best comments and most common were how much they loved the layout of the Journal because they were more able to focus on the content.  One friend said you made the leap from “Internet journal ” to “Serious literary journal found on the internet”

 

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