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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Fairfield Review Releases 5-Year Anniversary Edition
“Best of Fairfield Review” Features Top Contributions
By Emerging Poets, Authors
Fairfield, Conn. [June 9, 2003] The Fairfield Review, Connecticut’s first on-line literary magazine, has published a print version 5-Year Anniversary Edition called the “Best of the Fairfield Review.” The announcement was made today by co-founders and publishers Edward and Janet Granger-Happ of Fairfield, Connecticut.
The special five-year anniversary print edition was published “In order both to commemorate our anniversary and to pause and look back at the path we’ve traveled,” said the Granger-Happs.
Founded in 1997, The Fairfield Review contains selected poetry, short stories and essays submitted nationally and internationally by emerging poets and authors, and selected by the Granger-Happs, who also serve as co-editors. With a subscriber base of 2,300 visitors per month, the non-profit literary magazine is published quarterly on www.fairfieldreview.org.
“The Best of the Fairfield Review” released today includes 50 selections deemed most noteworthy of the approximately 300 poems, short stories and essays published during the Fairfield Review’s five-year tenure. Entries cited for “Editors’ Choice Awards” award include three poems (“The Flasher” by Jean Aloe of Greenwich, Conn.; “Lighthouses” by Robert James Berry of Kajang, Malaysia; “Costa Rica” by Michael Zack of Lexington, Mass.) and one short story (“On the Gray Hill” by Tom Brennan of Liverpool, England.)
“The Best of the Fairfield Review” is available through a donation to the Fairfield Review’s web site at www.fairfieldreview.org.
Excerpts available on the web site and by request.
Contact: Janet Granger-Happ, Edward Granger-Happ, Co-Editors, The Fairfield Review, (203) 256-1960, "fairfieldreview at hpmd dot com" **
Jessica Bram, Jessica Bram Communications, (203) 227-3250, "jessica at jbram dot com" **
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Document last modified on: 06/14/2003