Happy Birthday Little Star Weekly!

This week our digital mini-magazine Little Star Weekly turns two, and we are celebrating with lots of special offers.

First of all, subscribe to the Weekly for a year—receive it as an app on your iPhone or iPad or read it on the web—and for this week only we’ll send you a gratis copy of one of our print back issues. (We’ll ask you for your preference, choices here.)

Wondering what the Weekly is like? You can read a free special issue here, peruse the table of contents here, take a tour of the app version here.

Each issue offers a digestible serving of literary pleasure: a piece of prose, a poem, a part of a serial, and a dedicated bookshop, plus a work of art chosen by our guest curator, currently Chris Sharp of Lulu in Mexico City.

Peter Kispert wrote on the Ploughshares blog that Little Star has a hand thoughtfully in both digital and print realms, publishing an annual journal of poetry and prose while also offering a weekly mini-magazine available as an app that you should go ahead and download. Read more about us here.

Little Star Weekly was developed by the innovative app shop, 29th Street, which is pioneering efforts to make digital technology available to independent publishers. Read more about them here.

Come along on a literary journey with Little Star.


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