month like clockwork comes more Blackmail. Politicians consider it junk mail at
this point. Thankfully Blackmail does not play the politics game. Blackmail
plays the poetry and prose game. In it to win it Blackmail wins big-time with a
star-studded cast casting off the shackles of the old year. With the last month
of 2014 Blackmail opts to make it big bright beautiful. Fortunately they
succeed. Lots of people dislike Blackmail, having to pay money to ensure their
dreadful High School poetry never sees the light of day. It is thanks to these
small payments that the Blackmail series continues unabated.
Eilbert pals around with the Atlas Review because she is the editor. Magazines
need attention in order to truly flourish. Thankfully Natalie Eilbert takes
good care, even great care of the Atlas Review. If the Atlas Review continues
on this path, the Atlas Review will be able to get scholarship for the liberal
arts college of its choice. Few editors ever get to see their written word make
it to the hallowed hallways of the college lifestyle. Natalie Eilbert is no
ordinary editor she is an extraordinary editor. When Natalie Eilbert is not
busy with the Atlas Review she hangs out with notorious rapscallion Dolan
Teplitzky, affectionately referred to as “The Plitz” by friends, rocks and also
rolls. He does this simultaneously for he is a multidisciplinary artist.
Digital media bows before Alex Teplitzky. This is a bit odd as digital media
typically does not exist in the physical realm but it is 2014 and this is the
future. Besides managing and delegating small tasks to digital media he works
as a writer. Writing is the real deal, the genuine article. Probably Alex
Teplitzky has written some genuine articles, the kind that really make a person
think. Besides all this he blogs, easily the most impressive thing anybody can
do with their time.
Perkins rules Mellow Pages Library with an iron fist. Sure the name of the
library might make it seem otherwise. Running Mellow Pages Library with an
iron-ass fist, Jacob Perkins takes shit from nobody. Besides knowing everything
there is to know about every book ever written, Jacob Perkins writes his own
stuff. That stuff is pretty good. Not always can someone get to witness Jacob
Perkins read in real life so it is a real Christmas miracle, maybe.
need to bring in 2015 in style like 2014 was going out of style. Which it is
and what better way to celebrate the death of 2014 than with the good people at
Mellow Pages Library?