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The lovely people over at Open Book Toronto have interviewed our very own Jeremy Hanson-Finger in a post about Dragnet and how we came to be. The article talks about our mandate, our online presence, and includes a bunch of juicy gossip about the seedy underbelly of Dragnet. That last part may or may not be true. You will only know if you read it. Just sayin’.
The super-cool people over at Broken Pencil said some really nice things about us: ”Culled together by two editors living on opposite ends of the country (Victoria and Toronto), Dragnet’s first issue features a well-curated selection of fiction. Unknown quantities like Joe Yachimec follow the always-reliable Sheila Heti seamlessly. Marginalia, such as saucily titled blog posts and up-to-the-minute tweets, distract from the sidelines. In short, this is a very modern, very readable take on how an online lit mag should be.” Wow. Seriously, we’re blushing over here.