A Northwest Based Literary Journal

Endnotes

New links added to Endnotes, May 10, 2014:

Available to submitters and supporters on the Found Arts and Letters—Audio and Video Links page.

  • The late, great George Plimpton gives an auction winner a star-studded walk through the legendary NYC eatery and writers’ hangout, Elaine’s. A hilarious story on “The Moth” radio show, recorded March 24, 1999, and added May 6, 2014.
  • From “On Being” with Krista Tippett: Maria Tatar — The Great Cauldron of Story: Why Fairy Tales Are for Adults Again.

 

About Endnotes:

Endnotes is special area, available only to submitters, supporters and subscribers, where you can find author readings, interviews, craft articles and more. We’ve put this section together as a thank you to writers and others for supporting TLR’s efforts. We understand that submission fees, while a necessary part of the literary journal universe, can be anything from an annoyance to a hindrance for writers wishing to submit their work. In our case we use a substantial majority of the fees to pay our published writers.

Consider the Endnotes section as an “added value” for the payment of submission fees. Inside we have compiled a variety of features, collected over years of literary study. Among the latest additions to the section are Flannery O’Connor Reading her famous short story, “A Good Man is Hard to Find,” and Sylvia Plath reading her poem, “Tulips.”

Coming soon we’ll have interviews with the outgoing and incoming Washington State poets laureate, Kathleen Flenniken and Elizabeth Austen.