Journal Review: Sycamore Review, Fall/Winter 2014, Volume 26, Issue 1

Every single piece of short fiction in this issue of the Sycamore Review was well crafted and written. I was excited when Julialicia Case popped up again with “A Certain Kind of Animal” and she didn’t disappoint. Her writing is full of wonderful sentences like this one, loaded with intense visual imagery: “She lifted one arm and, quick as crazy, smashed the fish against the ground.” I can’t wait to read more of her work in the future. And although I haven’t read him, I appreciated a lot of the things Paul Harding said in the interview “From the Inside Out.”


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