Mosaic Literary Magazine Issue #1
Edited by Ron Kavanaugh
Publication Date: Feb 01, 1998
List Price: Unavailable
Format: Magazine, 49 pages
Imprint: Mosaic Literary Magazine
Publisher: Mosaic Literary Magazine
Parent Company: Literary Freedom Project
A Message from the Publisher Ron Kavanaugh
After previewing African American and Hispanic authors on the web for almost a year I felt it was time to take it one step further. On February 10th 1998 Mosaic Magazine was launched.
Each issue features the reviews of the latest books, interviews with some of today’s top authors, previews of adult and children’s books, advice for writers, technology that makes the writers life easier, profiles of people in the publishing industry, crossword puzzle, a profile of a writer from our past, original fiction & poetry and much more.
The first issue featured the book Men We Cherish Edited by Brooke Stephens. I felt Men We Cherish best fit what we at Mosaic will try to do. Which is to bring you honest, realistic, thought provoking, engaging literature, on a quarterly basis.
The next issue of Mosaic was dedicated to WOMEN. Women readers, writers and book lovers. Look for more information to follow. Along with the feature stories we will have our regular columns of reviews, previews, interviews, etc.
Mosaic Literary Magazine is a publication dedicated to covering all aspects of African American and Hispanic literature.
Each issue features reviews of the latest books, interviews with some of today’s top authors, previews of adult and children’s books, technology that makes the writers life easier, profiles of people in the publishing industry, crossword puzzle, a look at a writer from our past, original fiction & poetry and much more. Visit them at http://mosaicmagazine.org
Launched in 1998, Mosaic Literary Magazine is a website and quarterly print magazine exploring the literary arts by writers of African descent. Each issue contains a unique blend of profiles, book reviews, and literature lesson plans.
Mosaic is produced by the Literary Freedom Project, a 501(c)3 tax-exempt not-for-profit arts organization that supports the literary arts through education, creative thinking, and new media.