RALPH's On-Line Book Reviews --- Testy and Pithy Book Reviews
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--- Letter from a subscriber to TFR

RALPH's predecessor magazine, TFR --- The Fessenden Review --- was in business for almost five years.

In that time, it managed to irritate almost everyone in the book publishing business, but drew rave reviews from media critics at The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, Poet's Market, The Generalist, ZYZZYVA, New England Review/Bread Loaf Quarterly, and The Sun (among others) for its tart, unyielding, pithy reviews.

The on-line version of The Review, now known as RALPH --- The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and the Humanities --- has been in business since late 1994. It comes out approximately once a month, and has continued the tradition of irritating and beguiling its readers.

We ask your support. Rates are appallingly cheap. For $25, you get (from time-to-time) a print-out of some of our most acerbic reviews, and, best of all, a free copy of the two-volume, critically acclaimed anthology of the Best of Ralph --- also known as The Noisiest Book Review in the Known World.

Since it was originally offered to the world at $50, you are getting not only a classic of poetry, reviews, readings and general interest articles for almost nothing, but the knowledge that you are helping to perpetuate what one writer called "The New York Review of Books for the living."

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