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Open Letters Monthly

Open Letters Monthly or Open Letters Monthly: an Arts and Literature Review, is an online arts and culture magazine. It was founded in 2007 by Sam Sacks, John Cotter, and Steve Donoghue. It features long-form criticism of books, films, and art exhibits as well as original artwork and poetry.

Contents

  • Critical reception 1
  • Notes 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Critical reception

In 2007, M. A. Orthofer of the complete review called Open Letters Monthly "the best new on-line literary periodical out there." In 2010, blogger, author, and critic Maud Newton noted that "Open Letters has been doing really great stuff for a long time." Daniel E. Pritchard of The Critical Flame describes that the Open Letters Monthly "presents a primer on some of the best internet reviews and criticism available."[1]

Notes

  1. ^ Daniel Pritchard: This Is Not a Book Review, July 2010.

References

  • Macy Halford, "They Are Not Haunted, and They Will Not Haunt Us." Book Bench, The New Yorker, October 1, 2009.
  • Mark Athitakis, Conversations with Literary Websites: Open Letters Monthly, National Book Critics Circle, July 8, 2010.

External links

  • Open Letters Monthly, official site
  • Open Letters Monthly, Facebook page
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