The writing looks fantastic […] and the entire journal is classy and stylish. Compose is a work of art. I can’t wait to read it all.
Spending a sunny afternoon on my deck browsing essays in the inaugural issue of @ComposeJournal. Impressive!
The inaugural issue of @ComposeJournal is beautiful, inside & out. Strong writing & a gorgeous site design.
Continuing to connect with other writers online. Just followed @ComposeJournal. You should check it out.
@ComposeJournal is a new journal to watch out for. Some of their pieces are instant classics!
There’s a new literary journal online, and I think you’ll like it.
[W]ho is this stunning Rebecca Hazelton—Master of Images? […] Last stanza of first poem has me ruined as a writer. […] Her command of language and the images she creates are breathtaking.
One thing I like about the name Compose is that it says that good writing doesn’t just happen – it’s crafted, it’s allowed to ripen, it requires work and dedication and skill, all of which can be learned but takes commitment.
One thing that’s difficult to gauge about an online journal is how much material there is. You can’t pick it up and get a sense of its size by hefting it around a bit. Let me assure you that the Fall 2014 issue of Compose Journal is BIG.
Compose is presenting fabulous work on a regular basis. Maybe even some of mine…someday. Give it a read.