Parcel News: September 12

It looks and feels like fall in Parcel-land. This is our breaking news, as the seasons change: Caitlin Thornbrugh’s essay, “Ahuacatl Agovago Avocado: The Corrupt Alligator Pear,” from our Spring/Summer 2013 issue, was named a notable essay by Best American

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Parcel News: September 12

It looks and feels like fall in Parcel-land. This is our breaking news, as the seasons change: Caitlin Thornbrugh’s essay, “Ahuacatl Agovago Avocado: The Corrupt Alligator Pear,” from our Spring/Summer 2013 issue, was named a notable essay by Best American

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Parcel Essay on Best American Essays’ Notable List!

We’re thrilled to see Caitlin Thornbrugh’s essay, “Ahuacatl Agovago Avocado: The Corrupt Alligator Pear” named as a notable essay in Best American Essays 2014. Enjoy Caitlin’s essay by purchasing a copy of Parcel here. (Please request “Spring/Summer 2013″ in the

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Parcel Essay on Best American Essays’ Notable List!

We’re thrilled to see Caitlin Thornbrugh’s essay, “Ahuacatl Agovago Avocado: The Corrupt Alligator Pear” named as a notable essay in Best American Essays 2014. Enjoy Caitlin’s essay by purchasing a copy of Parcel here. (Please request “Spring/Summer 2013″ in the

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Parcel News: August 28

Here are some updates about our Parcel contributors, for your back-to-school reading pleasure. Tasha Cotter‘s new book, Moviestar Looks, will be published by Bookfish Books. Susan McCarty‘s debut story collection, Anatomies, is forthcoming from Aforementioned Productions. Rebecca Evanhoe‘s story, They

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Parcel News: August 28

Here are some updates about our Parcel contributors, for your back-to-school reading pleasure. Tasha Cotter‘s new book, Moviestar Looks, will be published by Bookfish Books. Susan McCarty‘s debut story collection, Anatomies, is forthcoming from Aforementioned Productions. Rebecca Evanhoe‘s story, They

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Parcel News: August 13

We took a break from posting so some of the Parcel staff could go to a wedding in Milwaukee, toast some friends, and try Ian’s macaroni and cheese pizza. This is what’s new in Parcel-land: Our poetry editor, Justin Runge,

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Parcel News: August 13

We took a break from posting so some of the Parcel staff could go to a wedding in Milwaukee, toast some friends, and try Ian’s macaroni and cheese pizza. This is what’s new in Parcel-land: Our poetry editor, Justin Runge,

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Parcel News: July 27

Here’s the latest on what Parcel and friends have been up to: Contributor Tasha Cotter‘s book, Map of Belonging, is a finalist for the Spring Poetry Book Award at Quantus Review Press. Hadara Bar-Nadav‘s book, Lullabye (with Exit Sign) —

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Parcel News: July 27

Here’s the latest on what Parcel and friends have been up to: Contributor Tasha Cotter‘s book, Map of Belonging, is a finalist for the Spring Poetry Book Award at Quantus Review Press. Hadara Bar-Nadav‘s book, Lullabye (with Exit Sign) —

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Parcel News: July 16

Welcome to our second installment of weekly Parcel news! Parcel’s new issue is available online here and in person at The Raven Book Store. We’ll also host a launch event in the coming weeks. Michael Teig‘s poem, I Stayed Up Late

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Parcel News: July 16

Welcome to our second installment of weekly Parcel news! Parcel’s new issue is available online here and in person at The Raven Book Store. We’ll also host a launch event in the coming weeks. Michael Teig‘s poem, I Stayed Up Late

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Parcel News: July 8

We’re going to start posting weekly updates about Parcel, our contributors, and other notable bookish news. Behold, our first installment: Parcel’s new issue, with cover by Cable Griffith, was selected by the NewPages blog as a cover pick of the

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Parcel News: July 8

We’re going to start posting weekly updates about Parcel, our contributors, and other notable bookish news. Behold, our first installment: Parcel’s new issue, with cover by Cable Griffith, was selected by the NewPages blog as a cover pick of the

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Spring/Summer 2014 Issue Available Now!

Featuring work by Maureen Alsop, Judith Arcana, Kelly Barth, Matt Bell, Crystal Boson, Michelle Y. Burke, Cody Ernst, Diane Glancy, Kristen Gunther, Piotr Gwiazda, Alec Hershman, Nathan Knapp, Louise Krug, Ellyn Lichvar, Matt Morton, Rachel Marie Patterson, Colin Rafferty, Marvin Shackleford,

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Spring/Summer 2014 Issue Available Now!

Featuring work by Maureen Alsop, Judith Arcana, Kelly Barth, Matt Bell, Crystal Boson, Michelle Y. Burke, Cody Ernst, Diane Glancy, Kristen Gunther, Piotr Gwiazda, Alec Hershman, Nathan Knapp, Louise Krug, Ellyn Lichvar, Matt Morton, Rachel Marie Patterson, Colin Rafferty, Marvin Shackleford,

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Parcel Launches Online Content

We’re happy to announce that we’ve decided to offer some online content! You can find sample pieces linked from the author’s names on our issues page. These pieces are among our favorites, and we feel they represent the diversity of

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Parcel Launches Online Content

We’re happy to announce that we’ve decided to offer some online content! You can find sample pieces linked from the author’s names on our issues page. These pieces are among our favorites, and we feel they represent the diversity of

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Xylotheque by Yelizaveta P. Renfro

Xylotheque, by Parcel contributor Yelizaveta P. Renfro, is now available from the University of New Mexico Press. It features “Soviet Trees,” a beautiful essay that originally appeared in Parcel’s Fall/Winter 2011 issue. Congratulations, Yelizaveta!  

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Xylotheque by Yelizaveta P. Renfro

Xylotheque, by Parcel contributor Yelizaveta P. Renfro, is now available from the University of New Mexico Press. It features “Soviet Trees,” a beautiful essay that originally appeared in Parcel’s Fall/Winter 2011 issue. Congratulations, Yelizaveta!  

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