Retraction: Four Chambers will release its fourth issue including longer works for the first time

To our readers:

At about 12:00 a.m., the Downtown Devil took down an article published October 20 called “Four Chambers will release its fourth issue including longer works for the first time.” The piece inaccurately stated that the next edition of the journal would feature novel and creative nonfiction writing.

Four Chambers Press traditionally publishes contemporary literature like poetry and short stories, but is beginning to work toward longer works such as novels and creative nonfiction. Jake Friedman, founder and editor-in-chief of Four Chambers Press, said they have a novel under consideration, which would be separate from any future journal issues. They aren’t considering any creative nonfiction right now, but Friedman said they would be open to considering it as either part of a future journal or as separate work.

We sincerely apologize to any readers who were misled by the information provided in our article. We hope to continue serving the interests of the community, and we will continue to strive for perfection in our reporting of downtown stories.

Sincerely,
Managing editors of the Downtown Devil