"Muzzle is a fine literary journal of creative writing by people of diverse backgrounds that deserves to be linked to from catalogs in libraries everywhere."
. . .now there's something for your press kit and grant applications. . .
The article notes that the journal uniquely features a good representation of slam poets and audio recordings, and it also notes strong representation of Cave Canem fellows both in the published work and on the editorial board. Also, of the lit mags reviewed, ours was the only one that they didn't have anything negative to say about. None of the magazines were slammed by any means (the reviews were generally quite positive), but we definitely go the most praise.
I think I have a tendency to get so bogged down in the process of trying to make Muzzle happen (and happen up to my standards) that I forget that it is meant to be something enjoyable-- it's pretty cool that an academic reviewer who I have no connection to whatsoever would stumble upon the journal and write about how it's doing what I really set out to do.