November Literary Offering
Stay warm with these wonderful accomplishments!
Our first reading period is officially over, and we are so moved by all the wonderful words in our inbox. Stay tuned for more press updates soon!
Abode readers, editors, and staff have been working on incredible things this month. Let’s dive in!
Prose Editor Addie Tsai wrote about Frankenstein and their latest novel Unwieldy Creatures for Electric Lit: “My Love for ‘Frankenstein’ Taught Me To Let The Monsters Be Damned.”
Social Media Manager & Poetry Reader Beck Guerra Carter’s poem “Numbing After the Fact” will appear in the Reformatting the Pain Scale anthology from Olney.
Graphic Designer nat raum has two poems in Eunoia Review: “i forget where i read that suicidal people can’t see future consequences but i felt personally called out by that” and “a tumblr post says your highest self does things from love, not for love.”
Poetry Reader Sara Bawany’s poem “Uncles of Palestine” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Flowersong Press. The poem can be found in Sara’s new poetry book, Quarter Life Crisis.
Poetry Editor SG Huerta’s review “Holy, Trans, Multitudinous: Sophia Anfinn Tonnessen’s Ecologia” is also in issue 2 of manywor(l)ds, and his collage poem “When my dad really died” is in Infrarrealista Review’s Escritorio Purgatorio zine. They also talked with Bleah Patterson about MFAs, publishing, and gatekeeping for Split Lip Magazine.
Copy Editor Tanya Thamkruphat’s poem “Double Sonnet for Desperately Seeking Saviors” is in Blue Stem.
Thanks for being part of the Abode fam! Until next time!
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