Fallero 1.2 Is Available for Consumption!

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Special thanks to the editors of Fallero (Michael Wheaton, Tori Grajeda, and C. Holliday) for sharing the East Campus-based Literary Arts Magazine with Circles of Innovation. They are muy happy to announce that the Spring, 2014 issue is now available for consumption (including a Florida-flavored essay about Local Mad Cool Writer Zora Neale Hurston as well as a Cuba-set short story). Design-wise, your gleefully, willfully subversive editors went Full Hipster and paid tribute to All Things Vintage–photography, cinema, advertising, propaganda, and, most importantly, the Paper & Ink literary journals on which we were nourished during our Wayward, Shoegazing Youths. If you would like to view the Spring Issue, click here or on the image below.

(Warning: Fallero is published as an interactive PDF, and it is a large file. Therefore, it may take a while to download, and your browser’s built-in PDF reader may not properly display the file or allow its interactive features to function. The editors strongly suggest, then, to download the file and open in Adobe Reader, available here for free.)


Follow this link to learn more about Fallero, submission guidelines, award categories, etc.

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