In the opening article, the admission that "[t]here's a certain beauty when it comes to flaws in literary works [...]," serves to set the tone for this issue. What would literature be without its flaws, its errors, its obvious and innocent mistakes? Mirroring life, we are celebrating, critiquing, and exposing what narrators, authors, and Authors wanted/did not want us to notice.
This Issue's Articles
There's a certain beauty when it comes to flaws in literary works. They expose a certain hidden layer in texts.