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Celebrating Structo issue 12 with a Margaret Atwood competition

Structo is celebrating the launch of its 12th issue with a competition. As the magazine contains a new interview with Margaret Atwood, it seems only right that the competition prize is a signed copy of Atwood’s latest novel… 79 more words

Literary Magazine

The Initial Post of Requesting Patience and Submissions

As Shadows of Birds embarks on the journey of re-establishing itself, we ask for your patience and understanding as we build as we go along.  Myself, Missy, and Jayne are highly committed to reaching out via this blog, twitter, and representing the student body through the magazine.  55 more words

College Literary Magazine

Cube

If you took the wrong turn off the main forest trail, chances were, you could get lost. Anyone knew that. Dylan knew that too, but the need to go see what kinds of berries hung on that bush just a few paces away from the trail overrode his rational thinking. 2,523 more words

Fiction

The Safety Pin Review

A Note on Dormancy.

Sad that one of my favorite Literary magazines is closing; however, I’m so glad to have been a part of them. 61 more words

Poetry

I Wrote In A Hospital Bed; I Only Arrived

The Furious Gazelle is continuing to serialize poems from Charles Bane, Jr.’s book Love Poems. Read more of the book here.

I Wrote In A Hospital Bed…

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Writing

I am sick to death of the elite

I was about to submit some of my stuff to a major Los Angeles literary magazine when I saw the staff…. And I’m sorry, but you cannot be an LA literary magazine and be white as the driven snow. 74 more words

Literacy Criticism

Al DeGenova and After Hours Press

Al DeGenova, co-founder of After Hours Press, joins Rick Kogan to talk about the press and its a semi-annual literary magazine. 

The literary magazine After Hours,  unveiled in June, 2000, hopes to create a forum, a showcase and gallery for the voices and visions of Chicago poets, fiction writers, artists, and photographers. 59 more words

After Hours With Rick Kogan