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Featured Writer: Thammika Songkaeo


 

Summer 2022 Web Edition Now Available!

Featuring new work from Hannah Kezia Agustin, Jack Barker-Clark, Emily W. Blacker, Christian Bodney, Bethany F. Brengan, Brandon Butcher, Edith Lidia Clare, Satya Dash, CD Eskilson, Dina Folgia, Kevin Grauke, Talia Isaacson, Wendy Oleson, Andrew Wildermuth

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Announcing the Winners of our 2022 Literary Awards!


We are pleased to announce the winners of our 2022 Literary Awards:

Poetry: Rose Zinnia, for “Constituting Mayhem (Derealized in the CVS),” “Look (Nonbinary),” “God Wifi Earth Ong (Nonbinary),”  “Ancient Wind, Empty Skyscraper, Golden Bear (Nonbinary)” 

Creative Nonfiction: Jodie Noel Vinson, for "Self-portrait after Covid-19"

Fiction: Carly Rae Zent, for “The Girl Boss” 

More information about our winners and honorable mentions can be found here

Now Available! Spring/Summer 2022


Featuring new work from: Kelli Russell Agodon, Chelsea B. DesAutels, Rachel Richardson, Joshua Harmon, Ted McLoof, Bill Smoot, and more! Plus two special literary folios: Seriality, Sexuality, Semiotics: Poems Responding to the Photography of Hal Fischer; and In Time Bloom: Selected Writings from the Education Justice Project

 

 

Featured Writer: Kathleen Rooney


 

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