Midwestern Gothic Issue 17 (Spring 2015) was recently reviewed by Allison Pinkerton over at The Review Review! Here’s an excerpt:
Midwestern Gothic is a literary journal that delivers on its promises—it is a journal filled with work that focuses on flawed characters in complicated, real-life situations. The characters in these pieces engage in interpersonal struggles and inner struggles between the light and the dark inside each of us. As Nick Ostdick wrote in his short story published in this issue, “It’s the pinch in my chest that cripples me as the dawn starts showing golden and pink in the water below—all this goddamn water and no short way out.”
Read the full review here.
And pick up a copy of Issue 17 here.