How many times can I use the word "review" in this post? A lot.
"What will stay with me the longest, however, is Sarah Grigg’s 'Medicine Wings,' this issue’s opener, whose epigraph is from Hunter Thompson’s Hell’s Angels, and sets the tone for this eccentric essay set [at a] South Dakota biker rally. Not only is this piece equal parts curiosity-driven immersion and below-boiling point chaos, [Grigg] shares in the same panicked observation skills and mad scientist journalistic tone as Thompson, and I will say in confidence (as a fan looking to fill the void he left) a true successor has been found (albeit ((I’m assuming)) a sober version)."
A sober Hunter S. . . . I’ll take it.
Here's the full review of the Spring 2016 issue of Boulevard: http://www.thereviewreview.net/reviews/esteemed-lit-mag-features-top-tier-talent
P.S. Review. (That makes it an even ten.)