The newest book in the Lowestoft Chronicle Anthology Series, Invigorating Passages, comes out at the end of the week. It took a little longer than usual to put this latest collection together, but we like to think it was worth the wait. Along with some great prose and poetry, the book also features an extended interview with acclaimed author James R. Benn and a foreword by Matthew P. Mayo, whose book Stranded recently won a WWA Spur Award.
Today, in the Lancashire Post, one of the oldest newspapers still in circulation, Invigorating Passages received a very fine review by Pam Norfolk. Discussing the work of a dozen contributors, she had these fine things to say of the book:
“Looking for drama, adventure and a taste of the exotic? Then look no further than the latest anthology from the refreshingly unique Lowestoft Chronicle, Suffolk’s leading literary journal.
Invigorating Passages, the seventh enthralling book in the magazines anthology series, offers up offbeat fiction, stimulating poetry, incisive interviews and engaging creative non-fiction, all with a sharp focus on those spirited souls who revel in taking to the skies, the seas and the roads in order to escape the humdrum everyday and rove the globe.
So, take a leisurely literary stroll through Lowestoft Chronicle’s latest offering and lap up the life-nourishing gulps of humour, drama and thought-provoking adventure.”
The review of Invigorating Passages is published in the Lancashire Evening Post and syndicated to 25 newspapers in the UK. You can read the full review at the web link below, or elsewhere.