Sunday afternoon. Readings. Doesn’t get any prettier than this.
MINOLA REVIEW is a quarterly online literary journal founded in 2016 with the aim of giving space for women’s writing. Today, the journal publishes the work of all those who identify as women and non-binary writers, continuing the founding mission of providing a platform for underrepresented stories, voices, and experiences. We define women as a broad and inclusive identity and reject any definitional constraints, be they transphobic, misogynist, racist, or otherwise discriminatory.
A pleasure to celebrate this treasure trove of recent contributors in one of our favourite journals. Congrats to all who came with thanks to editors, Paola Ferrante, Marta Balcewicz, Hollay Ghadery, writers/readers Barbara Tran, Emily Thomas Mani, Manahil Bandukwala, Kirby, Rebecca Fisseha, Vera Hadzic, Sophie McCreesh, and Tanis MacDonald. And to Katya, her gardens, and beauty that is The Great Escape Book Store, home of KFB East.
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