Reviews of the Ephemeral

Saboteur Awards – The Shortlist

In Saboteur Awards on May 4, 2011 at 9:53 am

Here, at last, is the long-awaited shortlisted for the Saboteur Awards, 2011. Here are the publications that caught our reviewers’ eyes out of the selection featured in the Sabotage. They reflect the eclectic tastes of our (voluntary) reviewers.

Apologies to last-minute requests from magazines to be reviewed, several reviewers had to back out at the last minute and it was just not possible to get reviews out in time. There’s always next year however, so don’t worry, your reviews will arrive eventually!

The Shortlist (in no particular order):

Horizon Review #5

Goblin Fruit (Winter 2011)

Kill Author #8

Envoi #157

Stone Telling #1

Frigg #29 (Summer 2010)

MoonMilk Review #7

Polarity Magazine #1

La Petite Zine #24

Pomegranate #11

Cake #2

Congratulations to all the magazines shortlisted!

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