The Lumberyard, a Cherokee Street Literary Journal, Gets Kudos from The New York Times


Last week, Dwight Garner of The New York Times' ArtsBeat blog called it "the most physically beautiful new journal I've seen this year" and "a magazine to watch."

Speaketh he of The Lumberyard, the brainchild of brother-and-sister duo Jen and Eric Woods. The latter owns Firecracker Press on Cherokee Street.

Garner is positively gushing over this thing:
This magazine's raw, jumpy, cerebral design makes it leap off the newsstand and into your arms.
Check out the review here.


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