That mysterious Mill Valley scent of foggy redwood, madrone and chaparral. Our history of hikers, hippies and city escapers—to creeks, to waterfalls and canyons, so wild, yet accessible. The Sleeping Lady’s spirit high above, the convergence of harmonious, creative and inspiring energies. That feeling—that omnipresent vibe has prevailed, whispering to us, “Do something! Do something meaningful, something good.” J.Macon King, as quoted in the Marin Independent Journal.
From an earlier issue: Poetry of San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin click here.
Previous “Hometown Issue” #21:
Previous hometown issue #21 highlights:
Note: Click on “pie” above left for our tasty menu.
Bay Area Beats, Hippies, Music and War: Scotty DeWolf in blast-from-the-past conversation (below current interview).
Previous issue #20:
For National Poetry Month (April): We were pleased to feature San Francisco’s new Poet Laureate, Tongo Eisen-Martin in an interview by Jeff Kaliss, with a three-course sampling of Tongo’s charged poetry.
Jeb Harrison looks at Hemingway, the recent three-part, six-hour documentary film by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Hemingway examines the visionary work and the turbulent life of Ernest Hemingway, one of the greatest and most influential writers America has ever produced…
Hemingway in Mill Valley? Several Hemingways lived in Mill Valley, CA. At link scroll past current pieces.
Sneak preview of MillValleyLit editor Jeb Harrison‘s For Want of Grace: Collected Stories.
arrhythmia, latest haiku book by Bruce H. Feingold, reviewed by Poetry Editor, Jeff Kaliss, in On My Nightstand.
“The Mill Valley Literary Review drags the literary journal kicking and screaming into the 21st century.” San Francisco Magazine
Previous Issue #19 features:
Susanna Solomon’s short fiction, Twilight-Zone-esque “The Teddy Bear”—final Parisian story in our debut of three. Explore Susanna Solomon’s fantastical musings through Parisian imagination and delight. Three short stories by one of Marin County’s own and our former correspondent. Additional stories include the time-bending “The Clock”, and the ghostly “Shakespeare & Company.”
Drew Stofflet’s “Dark and Sooty.” A creative Wine, Wine, and Song review. “…the musical landscape of early 1970s-era Davis was a different sort of stalker music, like a lion or tiger was in the room, or just outside of it, in the alley, peering through the window with burning eyes.”