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Send Us Your Vulture Poems: The Truth About Editors

I’ve been working at CALYX for about two years now, and I have immensely enjoyed the various jobs that include coordinating the editorial collective every year. 488 more words


An Interview with Writer Kate Ver Ploeg

Kate Ver Ploeg’s “Fall From the Sky” was incorrectly published in CALYX Vol. 28:1 as fiction. Her piece is, in fact, a true experience told from a vulnerable place in her heart. 510 more words

Tips for Self-Editing Narrative Nonfiction

A few weekends ago I attended a workshop on “Creating a Movie in the Reader’s Mind: Self-editing for Narrative Nonfiction Writers.” The workshop was sponsored by… 662 more words


Between the Lines: Sara Kirschenbaum

Sara Kirschenbaum’s photograph, “Pears,” can be found in the Winter 2012 edition of CALYX Journal. Here’s what she had to say about everything from photography to feminism to food. 990 more words

CALYX Interns

Between the Lines: Jody Joldersma

A detail photo of Jody Joldersma’s sculpture, “The Birth of the Homonucli,” is the cover of the Summer 2012 edition of the CALYX Journal. An expanded view of the sculpture is included in the full-color art section inside the issue, alongside more images of her work and the work of other women artists. 1,058 more words

CALYX Interns

Putting Together the Summer Issue

Hey there CALYX followers!

This is a very exciting time at CALYX. As I mentioned before, the summer issue is coming along just fine. I am following most of the steps of its creation. 224 more words

CALYX Interns

A Look at Issue 25.1

Hi there CALYX followers!

As an intern at CALYX, I have the opportunity to be around all the journal issues published over the years, and I decided that it would be nice for me to tell you about some of the great poems and stories I came across. 615 more words

CALYX Interns