Editorials

Defenestration: Back With A Vengeance!

Aug 20th, 2008 | By

Welcome to the August 2008 issue of Defenestration. It’s new and improved and deemed fit for human consumption by the Guild of Literary Magazines and Fishmongers. As you can see everything is very, very different from the way it was back in the day (“back in the day” meaning May, for those of you keeping

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Defenestration is almost back!

Jul 30th, 2008 | By

If you’re looking for Defenestration, never fear – you’ve found us. Andrew, Eileen, and Genevieve are almost finished with the new iteration of the magazine – all we have left to do is to defeat the big boss! We’ll keep you posted.



Defenestration: May 2008

May 20th, 2008 | By

My, my, how the time does fly. Could this really be the May 2008 issue of Defenestration? It very well could be. Unless I’m lying. Which I’m not. Unless I’m lying. The one thing I never agonize over regarding this magazine is the editorial. I almost always write them at the last minute. Inspiration comes

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Defenestration: April 2008

Apr 20th, 2008 | By

Here we are, April, 2008, with a brand new issue of Defenestration. Love it as we love you. I’ll keep the editorial short this month, because the only thing I really have to say, aside from the fact that I love popsicles, is that we’ve updated our submissions guidelines to fit in with the changing

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Defenestration: March 2008

Mar 20th, 2008 | By

Welcome to the March 2008 issue of Defenestration, which oozed out of the backside of a rabbit-like Easter monotreme and dyed for you enjoyment. That’s right. I used “monotreme” in a sentence. While this is a logical segue into a discussion revolving around cloacas (which I like to call “cloaca orbits”), we’ll forgo all of

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