Kestrel | Fairmont State University. Kestrel Writer Wins PEN/America Award Kestrel is happy to announce that Stanley Patrick Stocker's short story The List, which appeared in Kestrel 42, was chosen as a winner of the 2021 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. The List was Stocker's first published short story Kestrel publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction by established and emerging writers. We are especially happy to publish work by West Virginia and Appalachian writers. Kestrel features reviews and visual art in each issue.. Kestrel is now accepting submissions year-round. Submissions are only accepted through Submittable KESTREL: A JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND ART SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Kestrel publishes fiction, poetry, poetry in translation, creative non-fiction, book reviews, and visual art by established and emerging writers and artists. We are especially happy to publish work by West Virginian and Appalachian writers and artists. Kestrel reads submissions year-round. Allow three months for our response before. Donna J. Long, Editor. Department of Language & Literature. Fairmont State University. Fairmont. WV. 26554. email@example.com. Please note: The information provided in this database is provided by the publishers listed in it. Last updated: Nov 04, 2019
Kestrel, the Literary Journal of University of West Virginia, three poems, Fall 2018. Teaching Raymond Carver's poem to girls September. Scent of maple keys. In an unfamiliar kitchen, in his father's unlooked-at face, Carl's gone bad, weeps fo Fugue Literary Journal. A biannual publication of poetry, fiction, essays, hybrid work, and visual art from established and emerging writers and artists. Learn more about us. ISSUE 59. Summer/Fall 2020 Print Issue. Featuring. Kirstin Allio, Mant Bares, Rebecca Bernard, Jackie Connelly, Kat Finch, Imani Cezanne, Elana Lev Friedland, JA Haupt. by Betsy Houseten. 07.06. [ hand in hand ] Counting with You. by Sherre Vernon. 05.26. [ boiler room ] Telemarketing. by Evan Jerome Williams Kestrel is the journal of Fairmont State University in Fairmont, WV. Publishes two print issues per year of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art. Publishes new and established authors; special interest in Appalachian authors. Beltway Poetry Quarterly is an award-winning online literary journal and resource bank that showcases the.
What makes a literary journal the best is a complicated combination of the content, the presentation, and the reputation of the journal. The journals on this list are all part of the top ten and are included in no particular order. Kestrel Kestral is an established and artistic literary magazine. They even have a fairly reasonable. . The magazine is endorsed by The Ohio State University, and its contents determined solely by the editorial staff Kestrel is published each spring and fall and accepts submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translations, and artwork. The website offers submission information, past issues, and information about the Kestrel Festival of the Arts. Kestrel. State: West Virginia
Love The Journal? Ploughshares publishes great writing every day. Guest Editor Spotlight: Edward Hirsch. See the works contributed by Spring 2007 guest editor and poet Edward Hirsch. Ploughshares is a proud member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses.. Kestrel is sponsored by the Department of Language and Literature in the College of Liberal Arts. The journal began as part of Fairmont State's celebration of its quasquicentennial in 1993. Tag The Spring 2016 issue of Kestrel , a journal of literature and art out of Fairmont State University in West Virginia, includes a broad selection of poetry, an entertaining collection of short stories, and a fascinating group of art works. I know, that sounds like a pretty clichéd opening; the content, however, does not permit using novel exaggeration and false praise
Broad Street is an interdisciplinary magazine of letters and art, begun at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012 and now independently operated. We continue to draw on the university's wealth of talent for members of our editorial and design staff, all dedicated to finding the best true stories-in many genres, from many places and perspectives-and presenting them to the world A JOURNAL OF ART + LITERATURE. The Loud Prophecy of Deaf Republic by S. T. Brant All books are instructive; the value is in their secret instruction, the teachings the author offers us on second and third readings, when time mingles with reflection, when the text takes on a special aura, as a solar eclipse, a rare presentation of light brought naturally.. Other literary journals that either favor formal poetry, or don't discriminate against it, include 32 Poems, Able Muse, American Arts Quarterly, Amnesty International's Words That Burn, Anima, Antiphon, Architrave Press, Asses of Parnassus (epigrams), Atavic Poetry, Atlanta Review, Barefoot Muse, Blue Unicorn, Boston Poetry Magazine, Brief.
from salt hill 45. and by god it works and by god something's heard me and by god something's gone as planned and I press my little pinky to my heart and sure enough the echo was wrong. image: laurence philomène, lost in a blizzard. fiction. Homesick — kayla eason. from salt hill 45. nonfiction. artist — Maria. Nancy Takacs's poems appear in The Harvard Review, Missouri Review, Kestrel, Hayden's Ferry Review, Nimrod, Weber, and many other literary journals. She is the recipient of awards, including The Juniper Prize, Finalist for the National Poetry Series, runner-uo for The Missouri Review Editor's Prize, a Pushcart Prize, The Sherwin Howard Poetry Prize, the 2018 15 Bytes Poetry Prize, the 2016 15. TINY SEED LITERARY JOURNAL. Search. Menu. Home; About. Bookshop; City Paper, The Baltimore Sun Magazine, Black Petal Press, Cathexis Northwest Press, Chicago Record, Death of The Workers Press, Down in The Dirt, Gnashing Teeth Publishing, High Shelf Press, Holy & Intoxicated Press, Ink Pantry Press, Kestrel, North of Oxford, Outlaw Poetry. After a long and fruitful life as a print magazine, the Artful Dodge will reboot in Fall 2021 as The Dodge, an online journal of ecofiction, translation, and writing about animals.Read our vision statement here.We can't wait to work with you on this new venture! Our final print issue will appear in Fall 2021 under Daniel Bourne's editorship-watch this space, and our new website, for more. ABOUT US Founded in 2015, JuxtaProse is an online literary journal that publishes fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography from around the world. We pride ourselves on providing a venue where emerging writers can find a voice alongside some of the most respected names in world literature. Recent issues have included Pulitzer Prize and Man Booker International Prize winners.
Epiphany a Literary Journal Submission Manager. Submissions are currently open for online publication only. During this submissions period, we are offering everyone who sends us work a free digital subscription to Epiphany. If you submit work to us, the code for a free digital subscription will be included in our initial response letter Theological and Literary Journal is a historical journal published in United States focused on Historical Periodical. This collection contains microfilm published between 1848 and 1861 He is the author of two poetry collections: Longshot & Ghazal (Mojave River Press, 2014) and Grand Mal (Rebel Satori, 2012). His writing has appeared in magazines such as Exquisite Corpse, Absinthe Literary Review, 3 AM, Verse Wisconsin, Evergreen Review, Juked, and Stirring: A Literary Collection. Dennis is also a staff editor at Frigg Magazine A transient flash of orange was probably a silver-washed fritillary butterfly. Grasshoppers leapt from the grass in broad arcs as we walked and brightly coloured insects fed from the flowers. As I looked up at the bowl of hills surrounding the Vale, a kestrel, pale brown in this brash light, swept silently across the field
Meridian is an annual literary magazine produced at the University of Virginia in conjunction with the university's MFA in Creative Writing Program, whose students serve as the magazine's editors.. Founded in 1998, Meridian has featured the works of numerous Pulitzer Prize Winners, National Book Award Winners, and established writers including Charles Wright, Rita Dove, Yusef Komunyakaa. Read My Poems Online. Community Garden, Wisconsin, 9 Months Pregnant , Tiny Seed Literary Journal, December 19, 2020. Poise , featured on Poetry Daily on March 15, 2020. Joy , Sweet, Issue 12.3, nominated for a 2020 Pushcart Prize Branches of Arithmetic. Elizabeth Savage. thinking, I forgot. to talk. & silence multiplied—. the rules. Elizabeth Savage serves as poetry editor for Kestrel: A Journal of Literature & Art. Her new chapbook, Detail, is published by Dancing Girl Press
Welcome to The Submission Grinder! Jul 12. 1 Rejection from Cossmass Infinities (6 days) 2 Rejections from Curiouser Magazine - Fiction (ranging from 13 to 14 days) 2 Rejections from Field Notes from a Nightmare (ranging from 36 to 38 days) 1 Rejection from Interzone (1 day) 1 Rejection from Midnight from Beyond the Stars (102 days Libby Maxey, of Conway, MA, is a senior editor at the online journal Literary Mama; she also edits for Amherst College and as a freelancer. She reviews poetry for The Mom Egg Review and Solstice, and her own poems have appeared in Mezzo Cammin, Crannóg, Kestrel, Naugatuck River Review, and elsewhere Kestrel was a special part of my years in West Virginia, where I began my work as a writer, gained my first publications, and then was brought into the fold as a literary magazine editor with the nascent Kestrel. Martin Lammon and the late John King and I would gather over coffee at the Poky Dot restaurant in Fairmont, WV, a classic.
Ronda Redmond. Ronda Redmond lives, writes and teaches in a small midwestern town. She is the mother of two sons and three dogs. Her work has appeared in numerous literary journals, including Permafrost, Kestrel, The Louisville Review, Evansville Review, and New Delta Review. She is a community arts activist who believes in the power, joy, and. Journals 100 Word Story. 100 Word Story is an online publisher of short shorts, flash fiction, and prose poems. Editors: Lynn Mundell and Grant Faulkner. 10×3 Plus. Each issue of 10×3 showcases 10 poets x 3 poems or 3 poets x 10 poems plus other poems, prose-poems, or features. Located in Morgantown, WV. Sue Ann Simar, Editor Dogwood: A Journal of Poetry and Prose accepts submissions for its 2022 literary prizes from July 1 until September 5. Guidelines for the contest are available below by genre. Due to the economic downturn, we are mindful of the fact that a $20 reading fee creates an unnecessary barrier. Therefore, we will be lowering our entry fee to $12. We will continue to offer three $1000 prizes, one in. Joyland Magazine is now accepting entries for its 2021 Open Border Fiction Prize, to be judged by T Kira Mahealani Madden, the author of Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls, a New York Times Editors' Choice selection, a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Prize, and a finalist for the LAMBDA Literary Award for lesbian memoir The first volume of Arthropod Literary Journal, published July 2021. Features fiction and poetry by: Edwin Williamson. Omar Essa. Sreyash Sarkar. Daniel Deisinger. Brian L. Jacobs. Meredith Lindgren. Marianne Lyon
Lake Effect is looking for poems that demonstrate an original voice and that use multi-layered, evocative images presented in a language shaped by an awareness of how words sound and mean. Each line should help to carry the poem. There is no length limit per poem, but send no more than four poems at a time. Lake Effect seeks poems from both established poets and from new and emerging voices He has new work coming out in Valparaiso Poetry Review, Kestrel, Chautauqua Literary Journal, Connotation and others. lynn domina Lynn Domina is the author of a collection of poetry, Corporal Works , and the editor of Poets on the Psalm , recently published by Trinity University Press Jeffrey Alfier holds an MA in Humanities from California State University at Dominguez Hills. He is an Air Force veteran with 27 years of officer and enlisted service, and a member of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA). He has also worked as a functional analyst with Science Applications International Corporation, and once taught. O-Jeremiah Agbaakin. O-Jeremiah Agbaakin was born in 1994 in Osun, Nigeria. He holds an LL.B (Law) degree from the University of Ibadan. His literary works are forthcoming/published in Diode Poetry Journal, Temz Review, the Brooklyn Review, OBSIDIAN, Sierra Nevada Review, StepAway Magazine, and elsewhere
Art of Poetry. Justin Hunt. Every Day, I Think of Those Years. John Kinsella. The Terrifying Prospect of Another Birdless Day. Indoors, Schull, West Cork. Mountain Ode Collapse. Falcon of Ancient Egypt, Kestrel of Contemporary Ireland, Falcons and Kestrels of a Burning Part of Australia. Wittgenstein Was at the Sea-end of the Fjord: Picture It She serves as fiction editor of Kestrel, the art and literary journal at Fairmont State University. Trent Hergengrader (PhD, 2013) is an Assistant Professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology and an editor of the textbook Creative Writing in the Digital Age: Theory Practice and Pedagogy (Bloomsbury Academic, 2015) With Kazim Ali, he has co-edited a volume of essays and interviews on the poetry of Jean Valentine. For twelve years he served as poetry editor for Kestrel: A Journal of Literature and Arts, and he currently edits A Poetry Congeries and curates a guest poetry editor feature for the cultural journal Connotation Press: An Online Artifact
Welcome to Blue Horse Press, 2016 Wrangler Award-winner. We publish occasional books and chapbooks, as well as San Pedro River Review, a biannual perfect-bound journal of poetry and art. Founded in 2008, SPRR is named for the river that flows north from the mountains of Sonora, Mexico, into Arizona. . ISSN 1944-5954 Burningword Literary Journal is an international quarterly publication focusing on emerging and established writers of poetry, short fiction, short nonfiction, and photographic artists. Burningword has been published continuously since June 2000. BLJ resides on the #1 rated web host, Dreamhost. BLJ uses the MX Guarddog anti spam service
Publications include Columbia Journal, Friends Journal, Ilanot Review, Lunch Ticket, The Atlantic, The Manchester Review, and Typehous e Literary Magazine. Recent photo essays were published in Barren Magazine, Kestrel, Litro, and WORDPEACE. One nonfiction piece led to a role in a soon-to-be-released, high-profile documentary limited series a kestrel perches motionless on the fountain top. Imaginary cedar flutes call me to silence to transcend desires of earth. The sparrows abandon their garrulous ways in bougainvillea apartments & the lizard Literary Journal (2020), San Antonio Express-News, VIA Poetry on the Mov Amaris Feland Ketcham is a regular contributor to the arts and literature blog Bark, which is affiliated with Willow Springs magazine. She has recently been published in the Los Angeles Review, The Rumpus, and Utne Reader. American Kestrel is a part of a greater collection of poems, which is a poetic inventory of the Sandia Mountains near. Our judge is Juan Felipe HerreraUS Poet Laureate, 2015-2017. see Poetry Contest tab for details. WE HAVE A WINNER! WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE BITE MARKS by HEIDI SEABORN. AS THE WINNER OF THE 2020 COMSTOCK REVIEW CHAPBOOK CONTEST. FINAL JUDGE: MIKE MCANANEY. GO TO the CHAPBOOK contest tab FOR WINNER INFO AND FINALISTS. to get your copy
His poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in various literary journals in the U.K., Canada, and the United States including Kestrel, Cardiff Review, Gravel, Metonym, Tahoma Literary Review, Punctuate, Swamp Ape, Windmill, and Portland Magazine. He has been a columnist for the Alaska Bar Association's newspaper for over thirty years Dunes Review Submission Guidelines. We're open to all writing styles and do not adhere to any particular aesthetic. While we're based in northern Michigan, we consider work from anyone, anywhere. Feel free to send creative work that's different from what we've published in the past. We accept submissions in electronic format only, via. American Kestrel, South85 Journal (December 2014), online. Lines from Eleven Introductions to New Mexico, New Mexico Mercury (February 2014), online. I Want to Believe Cavalcade Literary Magazine (Summer 2013), 29-31. The Survivor Pronounces, Cavalcade Literary Magazine. Guidelines. SUBMIT. to Order a copy of Fugue. Thank you for ordering Fugue! Some quick notes: Our current print issue is Issue 59 — Summer/Fall 2020. Our second most recent print issue is Issue 57 — Summer/Fall 2019. The price indicated below includes free shipping (within U.S.) If ordering the Bundle option, please specify which back.
Five Points, Vol. 18 No. 1 Spring 2017. From Mark Jarman: I suppose a painting, a hummingbird, a kestrel, or a cormorant, as I approached any of them, is an object for meditation and an occasion for making a poem that will put the meditation into words Her poems have also been published in several journals and anthologies including Atlanta Review, Citron Review, Crack the Spine Literary Magazine, Kestrel, The Paris Review, Chemistry of Color: Cave Canem South Poets Responding to Art, Hand in Hand: Poets Respond to Race, and Home is Where: An Anthology of African American Poets from the. Publications include Columbia Journal, Ilanot Review, Lunch Ticket, The Atlantic, The Manchester Review, and Typehouse. Recent photo essays include Barren, Kestrel, Litro, New World Writing, So It Goes, and Wordpeace. A nonfiction piece led to a role in a high-profile documentary limited series to be broadcast over U.S. and international networks Erin Wilson has contributed poems to The American Journal of Poetry, The Adirondack Review, San Pedro River Review and Minola Review, with work forthcoming from Juked and Kestrel. She lives and writes in a small town in northern Ontario, Canada Fabrice Poussin. Managing Editor. Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, and a successful photographer, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Front Porch Review, Foliate Oak Magazine, the San Pedro River magazine and other publications
Randall Shelley's work has appeared in American Literary Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Sequestrum, Fiction Southeast, Barely South Review, Oakland Review, and Kestrel. In 2018, his story collection El Camino was a finalist for the C. Michael Curtis Book Prize with Hub City Press Artist of the month: Literary. For the month of February, our literary artist of the month is Cathy Barber. Cathy Barber has an MFA in Poetry from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and an MA in English from California State University. Her work has been published in a wide range of journals and anthologies including the San Francisco Bay. Acorn. Aesthetica. Alarmist. Another Chicago Magazine. Apt. Aquapolis. Arbor Vitae. Arroyo Literary Review. Bad Light. Barbaric Yawp. Bayou. bear creek haiku. Bête Noir
The Frostburg Center for Literary Arts is more than just literary arts programming! The new location at 22 East Main Street has a number of resources for the student writer, educator, and the aspiring writer in the community. Visitors are welcome anytime the center is open. Our community area provides visitors with a comfortable environment to read or write, as well as coffee and other. Territory is a literary project about territories and the maps that fail to capture them. We publish themed issues. We're looking for works of literature, art, or music that either/or... are about maps and the paradoxes they engender. are maps of some territory. respond to an existing map in some way (i.e. ekphrasis) Andrea Dunn is from Indianapolis, Indiana by way of the Texas-Mexico border, Southern Indiana, and North Carolina. She enjoys working at home raising her three children. For decades, she wrote for her own enjoyment and growth, but has begun sharing her work, including poetry to be featured this spring in Flying Island Literary Journal Guidelines. Bennington Review is published twice a year in print form, Summer and Winter. Submissions are customarily read every fall, winter, and spring. The next submissions period will be from November 1, 2020 to May 8, 2021.. We aim to stake out a distinctive space for innovative, intelligent, and moving fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, film writing, and cross-genre work Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Gyroscope Review, Quiddity, High Plains Literary Review, Juked, Sugar House Review, City Works, Kestrel, San Pedro River Review, Borderlands: Texas Literary Review, Louisiana Review, Askew, Poetry International, Freshwater and elsewhere. She has won awards from Poetry International, the Women's.
The Journal/Charles B. Wheeler Poetry Prize. Each year, manuscripts by emerging and established poets are screened, in accordance with CLMP guidelines, by volunteer readers associated with The Journal and The Ohio State University English Department. Marcus Jackson will select one full-length manuscript for publication by Mad Creek Books, the trade imprint of The Ohio State University Press LORI WILSON is the author of House Where a Woman (Autumn House Press, 2009).Her poems have appeared on the Poetry Daily website and in various literary journals, including Southern Poetry Review, Georgetown Review, Kestrel, Cerise and 5 AM. She is a student in the MFA Program in Poetry and Poetry in Translation at Drew University O-Jeremiah Agbaakin. O-Jeremiah Agbaakin was born in 1994 in Osun, Nigeria. He holds an LL.B (Law) degree from the University of Ibadan. His literary works are forthcoming/published in Diode Poetry Journal, Temz Review, the Brooklyn Review, OBSIDIAN, Sierra Nevada Review, StepAway Magazine, and elsewhere
FOLIO is a nationally recognized literary journal affiliated with the College of Arts and Sciences at American University in Washington, DC. Since 1984, we have published original creative work by both new and established authors. Past issues have included work by Roxane Gay, Michael Reid Busk, Franny Choi, Billy Collins, Ivan Pinkava, Hettie. Issue 92 - Image Journal. Staff. $ 12.00 Add to cart. $10 Digital Issue. Issue 92. Featuring a group art exhibition centered around the history and contemporary culture of South Africa, as well as the subversive figurative sculptures of Cindy Jackson, a compelling artist who sadly lost her battle with cancer as this issue went to press Issue 265 Contributors. Posted on October 28, 2020 by Crack the Spine. Meet the contributors of upcoming Issue 265. Amy Ballard. Amy Ballard writes and teaches in southern Idaho, where her husband, three kids, a naughty corgi puppy, and too many cats keep her company. Find her online at www.amyballard.com Elizabeth Savage serves as poetry editor for Kestrel: A Journal of Literature & Art.Her new chapbook, Detail, is published by Dancing Girl Press Holly Day has been a writing instructor at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis since 2000. Her poetry has recently appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, Grain, and Harvard Review, and her newest poetry collections are Into the Cracks (Golden Antelope Press), Cross Referencing a Book of Summer (Silver Bow Publishing), The Tooth is the Largest Organ in the Human Body (Anaphora Literary.