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Submissions should be mailed to: The Editors. The Threepenny Review. PO Box 9131. Berkeley, CA 94709. 3. All online submissions must consist of a single document in Word format (.doc or .docx). If you are submitting prose, the document should consist of a single article or a single story I disagree with the review of The Threepenny Opera ; The review made me eager to see The Threepenny Opera ; Click on the address link E-mail: esommer@curtainup.com Paste the highlighted text into the subject line (CTRL+ V): Feel free to add detailed comments in the body of the email. . .also the names and emails of any friends to whom you'd. CO-EDITOR. Will Cordeiro has work appearing or forthcoming in Agni, Best New Poets, Cimarron Review, The Cincinnati Review, Copper Nickel, DIAGRAM, Palette Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Rust + Moth, Sycamore Review, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, The Threepenny Review, and elsewhere.Will's collection Trap Street won the 2019 Able Muse Book Award, and Will's full-length play Route 66 to the Grand. Caitlin Doyle. Interviews Editor. Caitlin Doyle (Issue 13.2 - ): has published poems, essays, and reviews in The Guardian, The Yale Review, The Threepenny Review, The Atlantic, Best New Poets, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and elsewhere.Her work has also been featured through the PBS NewsHour Online Poetry Series, Poetry Daily, and American Life in Poetry Posted on July 10, 2021 by Wendy Lesser. People I know were delighted when they learned, a couple of years ago, that Esa-Pekka Salonen had agreed to take over the leadership of the San Francisco Symphony. I too would have been delighted if I had known then what I know now: that he is one of the finest conductors working in the world today

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Editor Interview: The Threepenny Review. Go to the listing. List all editor interviews Tweet this page Edit answers (editors only) Q: Describe what you publish in 25 characters or less. A: New and famous writers. Wendy Lesser, Editor and Publisher on 02 February 2012 Read other editors' answers to this questio Wendy Lesser is the founding editor of The Threepenny Review, author of nine books (including one novel, The Pagoda in the Garden, and eight nonfiction books, most recently Music for Silenced Voices: Shostakovich and His Fifteen Quartets).Recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the American Academy in Berlin, the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers, etc Polly Rosenwaike's story collection, Look How Happy I'm Making You, was published by Doubleday in 2019.Her fiction has appeared in the O. Henry Prize Stories, Glimmer Train, New York Magazine's The Cut, Colorado Review, New England Review, and other journals.Book reviews and essays have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, the San Francisco Chronicle, The Millions, Lit Hub, and.

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Rachel Abramowitz's poems and reviews have appeared in The Threepenny Review, American Poetry Review, Tin House Online, Seneca Review, The Kenyon Review Online, Crazyhorse, Tupelo Quarterly, and others. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the University of Oxford, and has taught English Literature at Barnard College in New York Thank you for your interest in TriQuarterly, the literary journal of Northwestern University. TriQuarterly is edited by students in the Litowitz MFA+MA Graduate Creative Writing Program and the MA in Creative Writing in the School of Professional Studies. Alumni of these programs and other readers also serve as editorial staff. We welcome submissions in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction. The perils of growing up surrounded by books. This month marks the thirty-fifth anniversary of The Threepenny Review. They're celebrating with Table Talk from the Threepenny Review, a new book collecting a hundred essays from their Table Talk column—a casual, intellectually curious series first launched by Leonard Michaels in 1990, with subjects ranging from Emily Dickinson [

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Closer to shadows. as your own: wary and eager, a thief in your home. Chelsea Woodard is the author of the collections Vellum (Able Muse Press, 2014) and Solitary Bee (Measure Press, 2016). Her poems have appeared in Threepenny Review, Southwest Review, Blackbird, Asheville Poetry Review, and elsewhere Pithead Chapel is an independent and volunteer-run literary journal and small press founded in 2012 in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We publish art, fiction, nonfiction, and prose poetry online every month by emerging and established artists. Editorial Statement At Pithead Chapel, we're looking for engaging art, fiction, nonfiction, and prose poetry Founded in 2017, The Bare Life Review is the only literary journal whose sole mission is to publish immigrant and refugee writers. Our mission, from its earliest conception, has been not simply to give voice to or elevate the literature of migration, but to provide a forum where its inherent and manifest value is taken absolutely for granted David Woo is the author of Divine Fire (Georgia Review Books/ University of Georgia Press, 2021) and The Eclipses (BOA Editions, 2005). His work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Threepenny Review, The New Republic, The Asian American Literary Review, Literary Imagination, and other journals and anthologies. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona Body Dysmorphia Cento. The vertebrae are a ladder of moonlight. The dark apart from the body. is an impossibility that has its uses—. uses; uses instead of feelings. Here is a doll made from pieces. The pieces hate one another. Sources: William Olsen, Alison Titus, Vijay Seshadri, Dan Chiasson, William Dickey

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  1. His work can be found in magazines including Ploughshares, Poetry, The New Republic, The Threepenny Review, The Yale Review, and Kenyon Review Online. Originally from Canada, he lives in Salt Lake City and teaches at the University of Utah
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  3. Rachel Abramowitz's poems and reviews have appeared in The Threepenny Review, American Poetry Review, Tin House Online, Seneca Review, The Kenyon Review Online, Crazyhorse, Tupelo Quarterly, and others.She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the University of Oxford, and has taught English Literature at Barnard College in New York

Andrew Bertaina's work has appeared or is forthcoming in many publications including: The Best American Poetry 2018, The ThreePenny Review, Tin House online, Redivider, and Green Mountains Review. More of his work is available at www.andrewbertaina.co All submissions are considered for both print and online publication. We buy first worldwide serial rights and pay $10 per printed (or printed-out) page for accepted prose, and $20 per page for accepted poetry, up to a maximum of $150. We also give a year's subscription to AGNI

Our Staff. Editor: G. C. Waldrep (on leave 2020-21) Acting Editor: Joe Scapellato. Managing Editor & Book Review Editor: Andrew Ciotola. Stadler Associate Editors: Jennifer Loyd and Laura Villareal (2020-21) Associate Fiction Editor: Lindsey Drager. Associate Nonfiction Editor: Hasanthika Sirisena. Editor-at-Large: Shara Lessley Andrea Cohen's fifth collection, Unfathoming, will be published by Four Way Books in 2017.Her poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, Poetry, The Threepenny Review, and elsewhere.Cohen directs the Blacksmith House Poetry Series in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Writers House at Merrimack College MASTHEAD Kristin Robertson Her poetry appears or is forthcoming in Ploughshares, Kenyon Review, The Southern Review, The Threepenny Review, and Five Points. She can be found at www.kristin-robertson.com. Return to November 2019 Edition. by Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo. The 6th Annual WWS Submission Blitz on Saturday, September 14th is when we call on women and nonbinary writers across the country (and world) to submit to tier one journals en masse as an annual call to action for gender parity in literary publishing. Though we find it important to support and empower each writer in finding her/their own submission and publication. Zoela Renee Summerfield is the author of the novel Every Other Weekend.Her short fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including Guernica and The Threepenny Review.Her first book, Everything Faces All Ways At Once, is available from Fourteen Hills Press.A MacDowell Colony fellow, she currently lives in Portland, Oregon

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Zoela Renee Summerfield is the author of the novel Every Other Weekend. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including Guernica and The Threepenny Review. Her first book, Everything Faces All Ways At Once, is available from Fourteen Hills Press. A MacDowell Colony fellow, she currently lives in Portland, Oregon For over forty years, The Capilano Review (TCR) has supported and been sustained by a vibrant community of readers, writers, and artists interested in experimentation in writing and art. An independent publication since 2015, TCR was founded in 1972 by Pierre Coupey at Capilano College in North Vancouver. Read more about the history of the magazine here MASTHEAD Michael Homolka The Threepenny Review, Boulevard, Antioch Review, Agni, and Poetry Daily. A graduate of Bennington College's MFA program, He currently teaches gifted first-generation high school students in New York City. Return to March 2017 Edition. Anna Sandy-Elrod is a PhD poet and Editor of Birdcoat Quarterly, as well as Ghost Peach Press.Her work can be found in places like the North American Review, Threepenny Review, Green Mountains Review, Fugue, Calyx, and others. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, three cats, and one tiny dog

Dariel Suarez was born in Havana, Cuba and immigrated to the United States with his family in 1997. His debut story collection, A Kind of Solitude, received the 2017 Spokane Prize for Short Fiction and the 2019 International Latino Book Award for Best Collection of Short Stories.Dariel is an inaugural City of Boston Artist Fellow and Education Director at GrubStreet At The Threepenny Review , VIDA found that men were given two-thirds of the space in 2017, a percentage roughly the same as VIDA's initial counts. Threepenny founder Wendy Lesser questioned the. Blair Benjamin. Blair Benjamin's previous work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Threepenny Review, Bluestem Magazine, Driftwood Press, Lumina, Spillway, Sugar House Review, and Typehouse, among others.He is the Founder and Director of the Studios at MASS MoCA, a residency for artists and writers in North Adams, Massachusetts Reading time: Approximately 4 minutes I was drawn to the pairing of violence with the tenderly domestic in Gutowski's poem. There is something surreal and spooky about the vivid imagery of this poem and the way it reveals the destruction that hovers beneath the surface of our idyllic family scenes. Yes, even the belov

The West Review, a literary journal. Home About CURRENT ISSUE SHOP ARCHIVES BLOG A literary journal founded on the West Coast that seeks to promote and publish quality literature from our local, national, and international communities ARE YOU A WRITER or artist?. Madison Rahner The roots of ancient oaks swell in the zig-zag cracks between bricks. Another hotel disputes the three floods this year. We still dig,living six feet below sea level's swell. The skyline crumbles. New buildings crown—sand castles against the tide Anna Qu is a Chinese American writer living in Brooklyn. She writes personal essays about identity and growing up in New York as an immigrant. Her work has appeared in the Threepenny Review, Lumina, Kartika, Kweli, Vol.1 Brooklyn, among others. She holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence College and her debut memoir, Made in China: A Memoir of Love and Labor, is forthcoming August 3rd, 2021 Sonnet after Analytical Drawings after Photographs of Gret Palucca Wassily Kandinsky, 1926 It is her!How X makes the spot. Once traced, troublesome for the mind (wantin

Lawrence Dugan's poetry has appeared recently in Arion, National Review, The Spectator and The Threepenny Review.. Read Mor Preeti Vangani is a poet & personal essayist. She is the author of Mother Tongue Apologize (RLFPA Editions), her first book of poems ( winner of RL India Poetry Prize.) Her work has been published in BOAAT, Gulf Coast, Threepenny Review among other journals The crow and his vassals survey the dumpster, He announces his wrath At the empty bin and leaves, furious capo, Executive orders are so fun! You just write down stuff that you wish would happen. Art by Jarett Sitter. September 1st, 2020. A calendar hangs on the kitchen wall. I look at it every time I walk down the hallway. It's not my kitchen, or my hallway—these are temporary spaces I occupy in the apartment I rent in DC—but the calendar is mine. The calendar is both an archive of the past and an attempt to keep looking ahead; I. 2021 Emerge Literary Journal Contributors Ariel N. Banayan is an Iranian Jewish writer born and raised in Los Angeles. He is currently a graduate fellow at Chapman University's dual MA/MFA degree program, where he teaches a class on the rhetoric of memory to first-year students. Deanna Baringer is a resident artist at Lincoln Park Performin

Rachel Abramowitz. Rachel Abramowitz 's poems and reviews have appeared in Crazyhorse, Oxonian Review, YEW, POOL, jubilat, Colorado Review, and Painted Bride Quarterly. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop and the University of Oxford, and teaches at Barnard College in New York. Women turn into lakes all the time Buried. Barbara Ridley April 26, 2021. The telephone rings at 2AM on a cold January night, a few days into the new century. Andrea's mother has died: suddenly in her sleep, on another continent, 6,0 Fiction 0 Comments 0 Michigan Quarterly Review, founded in 1962, is the University of Michigan's flagship literary journal, publishing each season a collection of essays, interviews, memoirs, fiction, poetry, and book reviews. 3277 Angell Hall. 435 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003 Main Office: (734) 764-9265. mqr@umich.ed Brenda Peynado's stories have won an O. Henry Award, a Pushcart Prize, the Chicago Tribune's Nelson Algren Literary Award, selection for The Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy and The Best Small Fictions, a Dana Award, a Fulbright grant to the Dominican Republic, and other awards.Her fiction appears in The Georgia Review, The Sun (London), The Southern Review, The Kenyon Review, The. The Harvest. A fter speaking with my grandmother, we left our small town for the slender reed of the highway. The skyline was cloaked in a thin veil of low lying fog through which the faint shapes of beech and ash were sometimes visible, beyond them, were the logging companies and cavernous mines that stretched out beyond the edge of town.

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George Franklin The Fina station on the road to the airport Glowed in the dark like a shrine To the god of petroleum. Sometimes, We watched the planes come in low Over the fence, their landing gear and Tires practically parting our hair. Denny's served Kona coffee and Pie everyone said wasn't half bad The grace with which David Woo's poems transform knowledge, as in insight and learning, into form and feeling and then back again into transformed knowledge is just astonishing. —Vijay Seshadri, Pulitzer-Prize-winning author of 3 Sections. Divine Fire is even better than The Eclipses, praising which I pretty much used up my store of.

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Masthead Issue 5.6 - June 2018 featuring poetry by William Fargason, Matt Gillick, and Alrisha Shea I'm Trying Not to Cry in this Harbor Freight Tools @ 1:37. William Fargason's poetry has appeared in The Threepenny Review, New England Review, Barrow Street, Rattle, Narrative, and elsewhere. He earned a MFA in poetry from the University of. The review made me eager to see The Three Penny Opera; Click on the address link E-mail: esommer@curtainup.com Paste the highlighted text into the subject line (CTRL+ V): Feel free to add detailed comments in the body of the email. . .also the names and emails of any friends to whom you'd like us to forward a copy of this review Raksha Vasudevan's essays have appeared in The Threepenny Review, High Country News, Hippocampus, Roads & Kingdoms, Adventure Journal, Entropy, Warscapes, Africaisacountry, and Rabble. She tweets @RakshaVasudevan Elizabeth Tallent, author of a novel and four story collections, has appeared in The Threepenny Review, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, Tin House, and ZYZZYVA as well as in the Best American Short Stories, Best American Essays, O. Henry Prize, and Pushcart Prize award anthologies.She teaches in Stanford's Creative Writing Program and lives with her wife, an antiques dealer, on the. Published on 01/01/2

masthead sam thayn received his mfa from brigham young university. his pieces are published in Nightblock , Nano Fiction , Cutbank Literary Magazine , and elsewhere. hadley griggs is an mfa candidate at syracuse university and the creative director of elsewhere press . she's been published in Cutbank , the Jabberwock Review , and Inscape. Preeti Vangani (Editor) is a poet & personal essayist. Her work has been published in Buzzfeed India, Glass Poetry, Gulf Coast, Threepenny Review among other journals. She is the winner of the RL Poetry Award 2017 and her debut book of poems titled Mother Tongue Apologize (RLFPA Editions) was published in Feb 2019. She holds an MFA from the University of San Francisco Colorado Review Home » Colorado Review Current Issue: Spring 2021 Featuring Orders & Subscriptions Colorado Review Single Issues Colorado Review Subscriptions Colorado Review can also be ordered through EBSCO, W.T. Cox, Harrassowitz, and Ex Libris. To order by mail, send a check or money order to: Colorado Review 9105 Campus Delivery Department of English Colorado [ Michigan Quarterly Review, founded in 1962, is the University of Michigan's flagship literary journal, publishing each season a collection of essays, interviews, memoirs, fiction, poetry, and book reviews. 3277 Angell Hall. 435 S. State St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1003 Main Office: (734) 764-9265. mqr@umich.ed Blue Rooms by Morri Creech (The Waywiser Press, 2018, 80pp., $17.00) Poets, who should never read reviews, love nothing better than to read reviews. The risk, of course, is not that bad reviews can be stifling. Quite the contrary. As Flannery O'Connor said of universities, one fears they are not stifling enough. No, for poets, the danger does not lie in trusting bad reviews

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June 17, 2021. 4 minutes. Two skeletons stand in a chapel in Naples. Their bones are knit together with an intricate web of veins and arteries that crawl over their ribs and skulls like gray lace. These were the anatomical machines of Prince Raimondo di Sangro, an alchemist, Freemason, inventor, and military historian masthead is A national supplier of risk management services to independent financial advisors and other licensed financial service providers (FSPs). Established in 2004, we help our clients overcome their risk management challenges so they can grow and thrive in an increasingly regulated industry LitMag congratulates The Threepenny Review on 40 remarkable years.LitMag Editor Marc Berley attended tonight's celebration at 20 Cooper Square in New York City. Highlights included readings by Sarah Deming, Phillip Lopate, and Cliff Thompson. For forty years, founding editor Wendy Lesser has published The Threepenny Review.In a world in which the number of print reviews has gotten smaller. If you are having any difficulty using this website, please contact the Help Desk at Help@ null Hofstra.edu or by calling 516-463-7777.Please identify the webpage address or URL and the specific problems you have encountered and we will address the issue.If you have a disability-related question regarding accessing the website, contact Student Access Services at SAS@ null hofstra.edu or call. Roberto Ontiveros is an artist, fiction writer, and literary critic from McAllen, Texas. His work has appeared in The Threepenny Review, Santa Monica Review, and Huizache. His debut collection of stories, The Fight for Space, is forthcoming from Stephen F. Austin State University Press

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Rachel Abramowitz's poems and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in The Threepenny Review, Seneca Review, The Kenyon Review Online, Crazyhorse, Tupelo Quarterly, the North American Review, Oxonian Review, POOL, jubilat, Sprung Formal, Transom, Interrupture, Colorado Review, and others. She is a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. THE LADY'S EYES By Jules Supervielle / translated by John J. Ronan . This woman, whom I know, seems to herself unknown, absently off in the heaven Hammer Is the Prayer: Selected Poems By Christian Wiman (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 224pp., $26.00) The dust jacket of Christian Wiman's new book, Hammer Is the Prayer: Selected Poems, bears a bold endorsement from the poet-critic Clive James. The best thing about Christian Wiman, writes James, is not that he reminds you of previous poets: it's that he makes you forget them A s I did last November, I want to tell you about a handful of books I'm particularly looking forward to in the coming year (books that aren't likely to be highlighted in the torrent of Most Anticipated lists).And two weeks from now in this space, I'll list my favorite books from 2019. Wendy Lesser is the founding editor of the long-running Threepenny Review, based in Berkeley The Paris Review is one of the best-known and most highly-acclaimed literary magazines in the world. It began with a mind to celebrate writing more than critique it, and has done so since 1953. Shenandoah was the brain-child of a group of students and staff at the Washington and Lee University, and began in 1950

Wendy Lesser. Wendy Lesser is the founder and editor of The Threepenny Review and the author of a novel and several books of nonfiction, including Music for Silenced Voices and Why I Read, which garnered rave reviews from coast to coast. She has written for The New York Times Book Review, the London Review of Books, The Times Literary. She was the most obsessive artist I've ever known, writes Betsy Bonner of her only sibling, guitarist and singer-songwriter Atlantis Black. The sentence strikes an ironic note: The Book of Atlantis Black: The Search for a Sister Gone Missing (Tin House, 2020) wouldn't exist without Betsy Bonner's own writerly obsession with her sister's life an

The son of immigrants from China, David Woo was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of Divine Fire and The Eclipses, which won the A. Poulin Jr. Poetry Prize. Woo's work has been widely published in magazines such as The New Yorker, The New Republic, and The Threepenny Review, and in anthologies such as the Library of America's American Religious Poems and The Open Boat. Poetry, Fiction, Reviews. Anna Sandy-Elrod is the current Editor in Chief of New South Journal, and a PhD student studying poetry at Georgia State University.Her poems and essays can be found or are forthcoming in the Santa Ana River Review, Green Mountains Review, Adirondack Review, North American Review, Threepenny Review, Arkana, Calyx, Poetry South, and others Preeti Vangani is an Indian poet & personal essayist.Born and raised in Mumbai, she is the author of Mother Tongue Apologize (RLFPA Editions), her first book of poems (selected as the winner of RL India Poetry Prize.) Her work has been published in BOAAT, Gulf Coast, Threepenny Review, Buzzfeed India among other places. She is the Asst. Poetry Editor for Glass Journal, a Poet Mentor at Youth. Receive a one-year subscription, early access to registration for TYR events, and a tote bag! Our first 100 members will be entered for a chance to attend a craft seminar on writing and editing with Meghan O'Rourke

Ikechukwu Ogbu is a Nigerian writer who holds a BA in English and Literature from the University of Benin. His fiction has appeared in The Threepenny Review and he's currently working on his debut novel long vacation to a very cold climate. of a thief after a quick job. A boy. had to die. The world is big. I'll need this later. Jake Bauer is the Marketing Director for Saturnalia Books. He is also co-author of Idaho Falls (SurVision Books, 2019). His poems have recently appeared in Threepenny Review, Thrush, Poetry Northwest, and Inter. Rachel Edelman is a Jewish writer from Memphis, Tennessee, whose work explores how humans simultaneously confront and evade the destruction we have wrought. Her poetry and prose have received support from the Mineral School, Crosstown Arts, and the Academy of American Poets. She writes for the Ploughshares blog, and her poems have appeared in The Threepenny Review, Poetry Northwest, Lockjaw. Author: Matthew Buckley Smith Matthew Buckley Smith is the author of Dirge for an Imaginary World (Able Muse 2012).His poems have appeared in AGNI, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Northwest, Threepenny Review, and Best American Poetry.He lives in North Carolina with his wife and daughters. View all posts by Matthew Buckley Smit Clint Margrave is the author of the novel Lying Bastard (Run Amok Books, 2020) and two poetry collections, Salute the Wreckage (NYQ Books, 2016) and The Early Death of Men (NYQ Books, 2012). His poetry and fiction have appeared in The Threepenny Review, New York Quarterly, Rattle, Ambit (UK), Verse Daily, and The Writer's Almanac, among others.He lives in Los Angeles, CA

Bruce Snider is the author of two poetry collections, Paradise, Indiana, winner of the Lena-Miles Wever Todd Poetry Prize, and The Year We Studied Women, winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in Poetry. He is also co-editor with the poet Shara Lessley of The Poem's Country: Place and Poetic Practice. His poems have appeared in American Poetry Review, Kenyon Review, New England Review, Poetry. Camera Heaven (Preeti Vangani) was God. I was God, soup was God, if you. fables. Then, there she was, out of the dark. room, developed on glossy paper. We said, yes. how we would henceforth headnod grief. Preeti Vangani is an Indian poet & personal essayist Alabama, 2004 by William Fargason. William Fargason is the author of Love Song to the Demon-Possessed Pigs of Gadara (University of Iowa Press, April 2020), and the winner of the Iowa Poetry Award.His poetry has appeared in The Threepenny Review, New England Review, Barrow Street, Prairie Schooner, Rattle, The Cincinnati Review, Narrative, and elsewhere It's that time of year again: the O. Henry Prize Stories have been announced — and they look fantastic. Twenty stories have been chosen to go into the O. Henry short story anthology, which will. Derek Otsuji lives and writes on the southern shore of Oahu, between Kewalo Harbor and the Ko'olau Mountains. His work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Poet Lore, Sycamore Review, and Threepenny Review.Poet Lore, Sycamore Review, and Threepenny Review

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B O D Y wants to read your work. Starting in 2021, B O D Y will publish three triannual issues in January (Winter), May (Spring), and September (Fall), with content rolled out on a daily basis over the 4 weeks (or so) of each issue. Work will be considered for one of these issues. Please submit your work only through Submittable.Email submissions will not be considered How the Rothko Chapel Creates Spiritual Space. Fourteen colossal black paintings by the modern artist Mark Rothko are installed in an octagonal room in Texas. Visitors say the chapel brings them peace. A nondescript brick building in Houston, Texas, houses one of the twentieth century's boldest reimaginings of spiritual space Tariq al Haydar's work has appeared in The Threepenny Review, Crab Orchard Review, North American Review, DIAGRAM and others, and his nonfiction was named as 'Notable' in The Best American Essays 2016. ESSAY. Smil Robert Lopez is the author of two novels, Part of the World (Calamari Press) and Kamby Bolongo Mean River (Dzanc Books). His stories have appeared in Bomb, The Threepenny Review, New England Review, Nerve, and New York Tyrant

The New York Review of Books had the most pronounced gender disparity of 2017's VIDA Count, with only 23.3% of published writers who are women. Previously, the London Review of Books had exhibited the worst gender disparity, at 21.9% in 2016, with comparable numbers in prior years (23% in 2015, 22% in 2014, 21% in 2013) On one side of the world two men argue over the arrangement of sticks as they lay a fire in the woods near the festival. Later, the fire attracts many people who will shake to the sound of hands slapping drums. On the other side, kids unpack their water guns, their little sacks of flour [ Etgar Keret's Hebrew name translates as Urban Challenge. Keret himself has said the name better suits a sneaker model than a young man going through mandatory military service, but it seems fitting in light of his most recent book of short stories, The Nimrod Flipout, which effectively communicates the violence and complexity of contemporary Israel with humor and a touch of the absurd Andrew Bertaina received his MFA in creative writing from American University. His work has appeared in many publications including The ThreePenny Review, Tin House, Redivider, Witness Magazine, and The Best American Poetry 2018.More of his work is available at www.andrewbertaina.co

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He sees the final stretch playing behind the film of his skull. I know he must not have gone away with any one thing he didn't need. Hannah Christopher is a writer from Akron, Ohio. Her works have been published in the Threepenny Review, Little Patuxent Review, and Gordon Square Review, among others Every void has its entourage. Florid- a's an oracle with its sinkholes and massage parlors. Smartphones dumb down the ether. Rather, isn't all emptiness a mirage? Everywhere the mouth speaks holy-holy. Even here, in the cancerous prostate, in the tum

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