Keep up the good work. I wish the MTLS a long, long lifeJan 27 2009
chika (chika.unigwe at gmail.com)
Great site–keep up the good work!Feb 4 2009
Allan McDonald (allan at hotmail.com)
Looking forward to the next issue
Roger Sanchez (s.roger at sympatico.ca)
The contents of this site are an intellectual treat! Kudos for creating an inspiring space for the Canadian literary scene.
joan.O'sa (Ajahnakuu at KSC.com)
Congratulations on an impressive second outing. With your pool of talent I trust you are able to maintain and build on this standard.
Chuma Nwokolo (chuma at nwokolo.com)
Inspiring. Ear on the ground, pushing the envelop and rediscovering the ordinary. Keep it up!Apr 20 2009
Natasha Himmelman (writeme at natashahimmelman.com)
There's been a beautiful progression since the first issue, with more writers and different kinds of content--it's really starting to sing. What a treat to read poetry by Lola Shoneyin ahead of her forthcoming novel. Chuma Nkwolo, Jr.'s storytelling powers are a thing to behold! Niran Okewole's skillful poem explores some ugly truths about modern psychiatry. Dawn Promislow's story offers a rare peek behind the curtain of apartheid South Africa--you're brave to publish the things you do, Amatoritsero! And Jeffrey Mathews, what a crazy ride of a story! Whew. So much to see here, I'm still taking it all in. Marvelous.
Rebecca Rustin (rebeccamr at sympatico.ca)
I love the article and the format, very delightful to the aesthetic senses.Sep 16 2009
Jade Celeste (forevergirl2008 at hotmail.com)
MTLS looks great and reads well.
Carmelo Militano (adpoe at mts.net)
Dawn Promislow described a very similar experience I had in Pusalotas a few years ago.The holocaust is aptly named. The countryside is haunted by its events.
Algis Tribinevicius (algitrib at gmail.com)
September 15th, 2009
Jon Paul Fiorentino awarded 2009 Eric Hoffer Book Award for Poetry
August 1st, 2009
Amatoritsero Ede publishes much anticipated book