I discovered a great little magazine called Feathertale Review. This motley brain food collection of free thinking articles are fresh and a delight to read. This magazine is a romp of intellectual taunt in the vein of Mad magazine playfulness but with text and less on illustrated humor. This Ottawa based magazine is printed annually (soon to be 2 times a year). Looking for something different and with a bent of unseasoned mirth or relevant topics and ideas, Feathertale Review is for you. Forget the old rags your dad still reads, try Feathertale. The site does not do justice to the magazine, it’s a fun read and be prepared for variegated ideas, not stale expired writers who forgot how to write. Passionate and out there, short stories, poetry and illustrations keeps your attention with just the right quantity of thought for the Twitter society out there. Short and simple and to the point, Feathertale Review is all about monkey business.
Inside the magazine you will find a rare treat from animator Blair Kitchen who chronicles the further adventures of the Possum. Your not so typical super-hero. Read more about Blair>>
More than just a small-house publisher, an annual review, and an online magazine, Feathertale is a forum where writers, poets, and cartoonists join together to showcase their artistic genius. The name Feathertale is a reference to the creative process— the feather being the tool, and the tale being the result of creativity.