The Saint Ann's Reviews - Number 4
- Issue Number: Volume 4 Number 1
- Published Date: Winter/Spring 2003
- Review by: VF
This magazine is short and pleasant, about 150 pages. Within its covers, the reader will find stories, an interview, pictures, and lots of poetry. Many of the stories and poems in this issue seem to center around parent-child relationships. There are several Jewish stories and poems and a Latin American story. Another story focused on a young girl’s reaction to Robert F. Kennedy’s assassination, filled with emotion and poignancy. This issue also featured an interview with Carroll Dunham, an artist who paints avant-garde mythology. Several examples of her work appeared in the magazine, emphasizing her incredibly creative talent. An excerpt from the recent book Waterfront: Ramblings and Soundings on Manhattan Island adds color to the magazine. Creative photographs and endless poems fill this magazine, creating a charmingly diverting read. [The Saint Ann’s Review, Saint Ann’s School, 129 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, NY 11201. http://www.saintannsreview.org/] - VFReturn to List.