Thursday, December 3, 2009

A nice way to debut

The magazine Fine Books and Collections, which has the admirable mission of bringing delight to bibliophiles, has posted on its blog a brief piece that starts as follows:
Isn't it heart-warming to know that there are still serious writers and publishers out there - the kind who labor over short stories? Yesterday a new literary magazine was launched. The Folio Club, an independently published literary zine in book form, is dedicated to the art of prose narrative. It has an absolutely gorgeous cover (pictured above), designed by Onsmith, an indie artist known for his comic art.
You can read the rest of the piece, and check out the full wraparound version of Onsmith's cover art, here.

Friday, November 27, 2009

The Folio Club - Issue No. 1

The debut issue of The Folio Club is now available on Amazon (US). Formatted as a 96-page paperback book, it features the work of underground auteur Romy Ashby, indie cartoonist Onsmith, and gifted storyteller Mark Saba, as well as yours truly, Robert Pranzatelli. The radiant full-color wraparound cover by Onsmith is a bibliophile's delight. Check out the details, and buy if so inclined, here.