It was my friend Eric Bennett who drew my attention to a reference made by Bob Dylan to his fellow Minnesota escapee, F. Scott Fitzgerald. In Dylan’s song “Summer Days,” from 2001’s Love and Theft, a woman looking into the narrator’s eyes and holding his hand tells him he can’t repeat the…
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Dudes and dudettes, we are so excited: Symbolia is now available on Kindle Fire.
The Kindle Fire editions of Symbolia feature a panel-by-panel reading experience that makes you a part of the story. We think it’s pretty slick.
Don’t delay! Here’s what’s available today:
- How We Survive: Our double-sized preview edition features stories on Zambian rock stars, California’s Salton Sea, theories of evolution from the Lower Congo River, and more. This issue is free and available here.
- We Don’t Belong: Learn firsthand about the impact of deportation from a family torn apart, discover the weird, rebellious, and conspiratorial world of third party politics in the United States, and meet a Dalit Christian pastor fighting for equality in India. Available here.
- The Mating Ritual: What happens when love meets science? Insect organs, love robots and non-traditional relationships populate this issue of Symbolia. Available here.
Single issues are available at Amazon.com for $2.99 a pop. Even better: You can still get our preview issue, How We Survive, for free. Get on over there and get downloading. Your support of Symbolia supports a new breed of multimedia storytelling. Thank you for being a part of our community!
Note: If you currently have a PDF subscription and would like to transfer over to Kindle Fire, please email email@example.com. We’re happy to make the change.