Etch To Their Own has been running for over a year now. Originally conceived as a way to stop my brain from running out of my ears by exercising a few critical muscles, it now runs to 50+ issues and includes books reviews and even the occasional interview.
It’s been a brilliant excuse to read more and chat to small presses and authors which I otherwise might not have been able to. There’s a lot to shout about in the world of literature and arts at the moment, and it’s been lovely doing so.
I only have a small subscriber list, but invite and receive many responses to each newsletter. Every single response is momentarily cherished, greedily consumed, and slowly replied to.
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