Sweet Sixteen

By The Editors

Our sixteenth year is turning into a dramatic and exciting time.

The new website has been launched and the new anthology is out. It is wonderful to be able to hear from you, our readers, through the new comments sections. Don’t forget you can ask the authors questions as well. Your remarks have meant a lot to us and to the writers.

The response to the anthology has been equally heartwarming. With our cats on your coffeetable, you will never be at a loss for conversation and entertainment.

Keep an eye out for upcoming readings and events. We have a number of things coming up: BEA in May, The Litmag Fair in June, The Brooklyn Book Festival in September and a reading at KGB in September to name a few. We’ll post details as soon as possible. If you sign up for our list, we’ll send you updates directly.

This issue is a large and varied feast, including a play. We hope you enjoy it. And we look forward to hearing from you.

And please spread the word about our words: Literal Latte is good and good for you and free and refreshing….

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About The Editors

Before 1994, New York City, the “publishing capital,” lacked a community literary paper featuring mind-stimulating stories, essays and poems for consumption by New York editors, agents, writers and readers. Literal Latté filled the void–debuting in June 1994 and offering 30,000 FREE copies of its literary brew in New York’s coffeehouses, bookstores and arts organizations. Reaching ten times as many readers as traditional literary magazines, Literal Latté caffeinated careers, bringing writers from around the world into the offices, homes and hands of New York’s publishing professionals, writers and readers. The founders knew that good writing, in a friendly and easily available format, would be as popular as cappuccino in a cafe in New York City.

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