A blurb from the post:
So the cost of printing the journal has become sort of intense. But I'm still committed to the idea of a free literary magazine distributed at coffeeshops and bookstores across the country, because I think the "literary scene" has an unfortunate economic insularity that makes entrance into this scene difficult for people who don't live in major cities, or people don't understand why that literary journal at B&N is $12 when they could buy a book for $12, or people who haven't dipped into the whirlpool of the internet literary community. I also think that print artifacts allow for a dimension of reader interaction that reading online doesn't allow for, which we can sweepingly call the "shelf-in-your-bathroom effect."
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