The Interrobang literary journal, like the punctuation mark, conveys attitude, intrigue, and excitement. For years, the editors have noticed the growing trend in literary journals to reward the dullards and dawdlers, while the enjoyable, intriguing work is increasingly sidelined. After reading one too many melodramatic stories about a suburban break-up, we decided that enough was enough.
If well-written, fun literature is to be ignored, then we have no problem leading the underground.
Featured content includes stories and poems from:
Interview with Donald Ray Pollock
F. Daniel Rzicznek