Swinkle, swinkle

Swinkle, swinkle: According to its press release, Swink, a new bi-coastal, biannual print magazine dedicated to identifying and promoting established and emerging literary talent, made its debut this week. Swink’s editor, Leelila Strogov, said, “Swink publishes writing that pushes the boundaries of the traditional—we’re looking for work that is new in concept, form or execution, and that reflects a diversity of thought and perspective.” Selections from the premiere issue of the magazine can be found online at www.swinkmag.com. According to the magazine’s website, it will be operated as a non-profit organization pending approval of that status. I’m sure such approval will be forthcoming.