Interview with Melissa Febos

"I mean, publishing a book is exciting, but it doesn’t touch that feeling of complete engrossment, the self-forgetting that happens when I’m deep in the guts of a book."

Read more of our interview with Melissa Febos here.

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The Art of Prose Contest:
Submissions now open!

Judged by Katie Kitamura, author of A SeparationGone To The Forest, and The Longshot

Visual artist Christine Garvey will create an original work in response to the winning prose piece.

The contest is open to prose submissions via Submittable between February 15 - March 18. 

Read our full contest guidelines here.

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 Join us February 25th

Our upcoming reading will feature:

Melissa Febos
Natalie Eilbert
Sophie McManus
Sam Sax
Sean des Vignes

RSVP on Facebook here!


"I close my eyes and try to feel my molecules and atoms realigning while the magnets burrow through my mother’s hair, skin, flesh, skull, and straight into her brain."

Read more of Alexandra Fields' "Mutation" here.

Interview with Kaitlyn Greenidge

"Reading was never restricted in my house—we could read whatever we liked, nothing was ever forbidden or censored. It meant I could follow wherever my interests sent me—really early on, I figured out the books everyone told you you should read to be smart or whatever were not always the most interesting books."

Read more of our interview with Kaitlyn Greenidge here.

We are always open for general submissions via Submittable. We can't wait to read your work!