New literary magazine aims to help indie authors, children

BROAD BROOK, Conn. – 46 Series Entertainment, the indie company for indie writers, announces the launch of a brand new digital literary magazine, Jan. 1, 2020.

The Indie Voice Review is intended to offer independent artists a new outlet to publish their work, build their portfolios, and help children in the progress.

The magazine is scheduled to be released quarterly with proceeds from each sale going toward the purchase of children’s books to be donated to hospitals, schools, and other organizations that strive to stimulate young minds and encourage reading.

“As a father, I’ve always relished in the love my children have for storytime,” said Tim Koster, owner of 46 Series Entertainment. “I wanted to find a way to help other children, and their families, have access to stories that will inspire them and develop a life-long love for reading.”

The Indie Voice Review will be open to short stories, poetry, and original pieces of artwork. There will be no fees for artists to submit their work. The specifics guidelines for submissions can be found on the 46 Series Entertainment website.

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