Poem of the Week
This week, we are excited to present a new poem by Corey Miller. Miller was born in Herrin, Illinois and holds an MFA from the Michener Center for Writers. Poems are forthcoming or have appeared in Boston Review, Kenyon Review, …
Nathan Oates’s “Mile Point Road” brings to light the fear that lies in the dark corners of our imaginations. In a narrative paying homage to Stephen King’s The Shining, Oates guides readers through the looming lake house of Mile Point …
Featuring work by Sophie Beck, Christopher Citro, Heather Derr-Smith, Sharon Dolin, K.C. Frederick, Pete Levine, Peter Mountford, Alix Ohlin, Brandon R. Schrand, Amy Day Wilkinson, and the heroic expressions of outsider art.
Featuring the work of Maria Anderson, Anthony Aycock, Morri Creech, Beth Ann Fennelly, Jane Gillette, Bill Glose, Gabe Herron, Jessica Jacobs, Kristen Marangoni, Siobhan Phillips, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers and John Cheever’s unpublished army story.
Featuring work by Matthew Baker, Peter Cooley, Susan Engberg, Charles Harmon, Dionne Irving, Dan Musgrave, Cynthia Robinson, Jack Smith, Corey Van Landingham, William Woolfitt and a feature on Mahalia Jackson.
Featuring the winners of the 2015 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize and work by Alistair Daniel, Allison Pitinii Davis, John W. Evans, Patricia Hooper, E.J. Levy, David Zane Mairowitz, R.T. Smith, Stefanie Wortman and Tennessee Williams’s screen treatment that became …
Featuring works by Rick Bass, Jeffrey Bean, Dawn S. Davis, Sandra M. Gilbert, Jacqueline Kolosov, David Lee, Fred Leebron, Gary Lee Miller, Faith Shearin, Kevin Wilson, and the harsh street photography of Weegee.
Featuring work by Elizabeth Altomonte, M.R. Branwen, Zach Dayhuff, Regina DiPerna, Meron Hadero, Gabrielle Hovendon, Jenny Molberg, Mike Petrik, Deborah Thompson, Anthony Wallace, and Noah Warren. Also featuring “Street Disorder: The Playful Disruption of Urban Art Installation” by Kristine Somerville.
Featuring work by Aamina Ahmad, Jennifer Barber, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Kate McIntyre, David Naimon, Doug Ramspeck, Robin Romm and the photography of Jacob Riis.
Featuring the winners of the 2015 Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize and work by Nicole Banas, Anders Carlson-Lee, Brent DeLanoy, Edward Hamlin, M.G. Stephens, Anthony Wallace, Sally Wen Mao, and the Ink-Blot Drawings of Joseph Cornell.
Featuring work by K.C. Frederick, Elena Graceffa, Michael Larkin, Dan O’Brien, Carolyn Osborn, Sarah Giragosian, Josh Huber, Bill Roorbach, Johanna Saleska, Katherine Smith, Daniel Torday, and Siamak Vossoughi.
Featuring work by Bruce Bond, Erika Dreifus, Jane Gillette, Rav Grewal-Kok, Allegra Hyde, Tom Ireland, Varley O’Connor, Lawrence Raab, Jill Reid, Terri Shrum Stoor, and Mako Yoshikawa.