July Literary Offering + Our First Workshop
Check out what our staff has been up to in the month of July!
It’s almost August, which means it’s almost time for us to start reading your chapbook submissions! You can find out more about our submission guidelines here.
New Virtual Workshop Alert:
We’re excited to announce our first workshop!
Join Poetry Editor SG Huerta on September 6th for Writing Queer & Trans Joy. You can learn more about the workshop and register here.
Keep an eye on our events page for more workshop offerings soon.
We’re also excited to share what our staff has been up to this month!
Prose Editor Addie Tsai has a nonfiction piece in Porcupine Literary, “Dear White Supremacist Student Whose Name I No Longer Remember.”
Poetry Editor SG Huerta has a flash nonfiction piece in just femme & dandy, “crowded closet: crawling towards self love.”
Copy Editor Tanya Thamkruphat has a prose poem in Midway Journal, “The Call to Play.”
Prose Reader Miranda Ramirez has a new column in Public Poetry covering the Houston literary scene.
Books & Anthologies:
Hybrid Reader Sean Enfield’s book of essays Holy American Burnout! is available to pre-order from Split/Lip Press.
Graphic Designer nat raum’s visual poetry collection random access memory is out now with Bullshit Lit.
Poetry reader Kimberly Wolf’s poetry collection How the Frogs Get Married is also out now with Bullshit Lit.
Poetry reader mónica teresa ortiz’s poetry chapbook have you ever dreamed of flamingos? is available to pre-order from Garden Party Collective.
Mid/South Sonnets, an anthology from Belle Point Press, is available to pre-order. SG Huerta and mónica teresa ortiz have poems forthcoming in this anthology.
Thank you for reading our July Literary Offering! We’ll see you on August 15th.
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