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About LIMN Editor

LIMN was created to give exposure to new and emerging artists and also bridge the gap between art and assistance. All money raised by LIMN is used to fund grants for artists with disabilities & persons with disabilities who are pursuing any kind of art education or art therapy. LIMN operates as a not for profit organization. Our staff is 100% volunteer based and all money donated to LIMN helps persons with disabilities.

Red Sky in Morning

Red Sky in Morning Written by Paul Lynch Published by Little, Brown, 2013 Reviewed by Sam Moore Early in this novel, the author sets the tone with a perfectly worded phrase: “He looked towards the sky and the sun coffined … Continue reading

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The Maid’s Version

The Maid’s Version by Daniel Woodrell Little Brown Reviewed by Will Mallon If Daniel Woodrell’s name is new to you, think Winter’s Bone.  If you don’t know Winter’s Bone, well, you should read it right now.  Woodrell’s ‘The Maid’s Version’ … Continue reading

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Pinol : Poems by Sayra Pinto

Pinol: Poems by Sayra Pinto Shabda Press Reviewed by David Giver Everyone of us, no matter if we believe in it still or not, grew up with a creation myth.  These myths were made such a big part of our … Continue reading

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Domestication Handbook

Domestication Handbook by Kristen Stone Rouge Factorial 88 pages Reviewed by David Giver More than a memoir… Our everyday lives are filled with stories and memories that most of us never look very deep into for meaning, for joy, but … Continue reading

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Office Girl – A Novel by Joe Meno

Office Girl by Joe Meno Akashic Books $15.95; 293 pages Reviewed by David Giver Ninety days of winter.  Ninety days of snow.  Ninety days of discovery.  And four days of love. Jack on a downward trajectory, and Odile moving in … Continue reading

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The Moon Moth

The Moon Moth Adapted by Humayoun Ibrahim from the short story by Jack Vance Published by First Second Reviewed by Sam Moore, Graphic Novel/Fiction Editor What mask are you wearing today? “What mask?” I hear you asking. Come on. You … Continue reading

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“Just because they’re millions of years old doesn’t mean they ever learned to behave…”

Revenge of the Dinotrux Written and illustrated by Chris Gall Published by Little, Brown and Company Reviewed by Sam Moore, Graphic Novel/Fiction Editor, and Erin, Sam’s daughter “Just because they’re millions of years old doesn’t mean they ever learned to … Continue reading

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