Friday, November 27, 2009

Everyday Genius

Joseph Young's editorial stint for Everyday Genius ends on Monday. Let's have a round of applause for Joe and all the great writing and stuff that he featured this month. That Robert Bradley story was longer than the average thing read at EG, but man did it flow. The bit with the stone, it's like word surgery it's so exact. Did you notice the John Woods to Shellie Zachariah thing? Two falling moon pieces back to back. Kathy Fish's  story blew me away, and so did Kuzhali Manickavel's. Thanks Joe, and everyone I just mentioned, and all the great writers I didn't mention, for contributing. Joe's last day is Monday and then Sasha Fletcher takes the helm for December.

2 comments:

David Erlewine said...

Great stuff, Joe, indeed. The Jeff Landon piece was one of my favorites. I have yet to read a Kathy Fish story that doesn't make me question everything of mine I find okay.

David Erlewine said...

Great stuff, Joe, indeed. The Jeff Landon piece was one of my favorites. I have yet to read a Kathy Fish story that doesn't make me question everything of mine I find okay.

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