Killing the Angel magazine gets ink:
December 2016: The Review Review features KTA in an “Editors on What They’re Grateful For” blog post.
August 27, 2016: The Pascack Press featured a print press release for “After the Ballet”, out from Killing the Angel Press.
July 30, 2015: “How to Kill Your Angels” is featured as part of the launch of CLMP‘s Front Porch Commons.
July 14, 2015: KTA is featured in an interview with The Review Review.
October 26, 2014: Props to FDU for celebrating the accomplishments of its MFA alum (in this case, Cory Johnston!).
October 23, 2014: KTA is featured on Blogging Woolf.
October 20, 2014: Cory Johnston–writer, critic, editor–gives KTA a shout.
June 15, 2014: KTA is listed on The Review Review.
February 22, 2014: KTA gets a mini shout-out on Peanut Butter and Whine.
September 9, 2013: Blogging Woolf: Killing the Angel . . . again! “With so many print literary journals folding up their tents and going away, I was happy to see that Jessica Rosevear has just published the second issue of Killing the Angel.” –Alice Lowe
June 11, 2013: KTA interview on Six Questions For . . . “where editors and publishers discuss writing flash fiction, short stories, poetry, and novels.”
May 1, 2013: KTA is featured in the Indie Gift Box‘s April Stories & Lyrics Box Reveal!
April 12, 2013: Spotlight on KTA on Indie Gift Box.
February 13, 2013 on Chicago Now‘s Stop and Blog the Roses: Killing the Angel: A Writing Must. “… here’s to my friend… who has started a literary magazine called–don’t you love this–Killing the Angel.” —Fern Ronay
December 18, 2012: Launch promo on www.paulrosevear.com
November 23, 2012: Our launch ad on NorthJersey.com
October 29, 2012 on Alice Lowe Blogs: Two New Essays in Print. “I commend Matt Ward of Skive and Jessica Rosevear of Killing the Angel because they’re brave and brazen, bucking the digital tide, and I have these two lovely specimens in front of me as a result.” –Alice Lowe
October 29, 2012 on Blogging Woolf: Woolf-inspired journal launched – in print. “. . . a satisfying composite of poetry and prose, fiction and nonfiction.” –Alice Lowe