Writing Naked

Writing Naked

Associate Editor Hananah Zaheer reflects on the idea of nakedness in this smart essay. Naked (nākid/) 1. (of an object) without the usual covering or protection. Vulnerable. 2. (of something such as feelings or behavior) undisguised; blatant. Writing naked is…

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Introducing Jody Shipka

Introducing Jody Shipka

Some of the good news from the AWP conference has been about the many compliments on the creative, beautiful cover of #56.  It borders on understatement to say that PR feels very fortunate to have had the photographs of Jody…

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At The AWP

At The AWP

Associate Editor Courtney King has helped at the table, and we appreciate her assistance! AND on Saturday, April 11, at 9 a.m., you'll want to attend Slush Pile Standouts: Thoughts from the Editor’s Desk. Four editors discuss how a submission climbs…

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AWP Bound

AWP Bound

On Saturday, April 11, at 9 a.m., you'll want to attend  Slush Pile Standouts: Thoughts from the Editor’s Desk. Four editors discuss how a submission climbs out of the slush and into the journal's pages. Julie Wakeman-Linn and John Wang are joined…

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Over Spring Break. . .

Over Spring Break. . .

Last week our poetry editor, Katherine Smith, read from her new poetry collection, Woman Alone on the Mountain, at the Union Ave Books in Knoxville, Tennessee. PR  congratulates author Jennifer Clement, who recently was named a finalist  of the Pen/Faulkner…

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