12.05.09 by Jeff

Annalemma

Annalemma is the latest magazine to magically appear on my doorstep. Actually “magazine” kind of gives you the wrong impression, it’s a literary publication filled with short stories, photographs, and other artwork. In short, it’s fantastic. The photos below may be a little misleading, Annalemma is filled with a lot more writing than what I’ve shown here. What I was thinking was, I’d show you some of the images first and then dedicate another whole post to one of the short stories for you to read! How does that sound?

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art

annalemma literary short story magazine publication photography art













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • http://www.corygibbons.com/blog/ Cory Gibbons

    it looks great

  • lapetitefaon

    Ohh! Beautiful, and yes, I want to read a story!

  • http://www.figure-1.com Ariel

    I just subscribed! It looks fantastic…………………

  • http://bloodoftheyoung.com reilly hodgson

    this magazine is great! sent me a copy too a few weeks ago and i’m still looking at it.

  • http://prendredephoto.blogspot.com Melissa

    it looks really good! I now need to go subscribe…..

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      ya do it!

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