The Review Review with Christopher Morgan

“The voice and tone of Arroyo sounds a bit like that quirky next door neighbor you had as a kid; you know, the one that wore multicolored bowties and delivered punch lines that were over your head, but somehow you still knew were pretty damn funny. Arroyo loves strong characterization, which makes the magazine itself a character all in its own right. It’s not afraid to take a few risks here and there, and, as Morgan pointed out in our Q&A, is often attracted to the sadder, darker side of human nature.

So pour another cup of coffee, put on your headphones to drown out your boss’s superficial pep talk and get ready to meet the magazine that will quickly become your new best friend.”

Sara Palmer, Interviewer

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