Parcel News: Thanksgiving Week

This season, we’re thankful to be in our fifth year of sending curated and cared-for writing and art to literary enthusiasts around the world. We’re also thankful for the donors and subscribers who have helped us raise over $800 in

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Parcel News: Thanksgiving Week

This season, we’re thankful to be in our fifth year of sending curated and cared-for writing and art to literary enthusiasts around the world. We’re also thankful for the donors and subscribers who have helped us raise over $800 in

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November Fundraising Goal: $1000!

Hi Parcel Friends & Neighbors, We’re hoping to raise $1000 in November to help print our Fall/Winter issue. If you’ve enjoyed reading Parcel, looking at our art, pinning up the limited-edition prints, or even just having a free place to

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November Fundraising Goal: $1000!

Hi Parcel Friends & Neighbors, We’re hoping to raise $1000 in November to help print our Fall/Winter issue. If you’ve enjoyed reading Parcel, looking at our art, pinning up the limited-edition prints, or even just having a free place to

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Heidi Raak & The Raven Book Store win a Phoenix Award!

We are beyond thrilled that Heidi Raak, Parcel’s publisher, was a recipient of this year’s Phoenix award. Her work on Parcel, at The Raven Book Store, and with other arts organizations does a great deal to keep Lawrence’s literary scene

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Heidi Raak & The Raven Book Store win a Phoenix Award!

We are beyond thrilled that Heidi Raak, Parcel’s publisher, was a recipient of this year’s Phoenix award. Her work on Parcel, at The Raven Book Store, and with other arts organizations does a great deal to keep Lawrence’s literary scene

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Parcel News: November 3

We’re back with some Fall updates! Editor Kate Lorenz had a conversation with Jon-Barrett Ingels at The How & The Why, a podcast from Black Hill Press. KCUR featured stories curated by Parcel staffers for Wonder Fair‘s 100 Ghost Stories project.

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Parcel News: November 3

We’re back with some Fall updates! Editor Kate Lorenz had a conversation with Jon-Barrett Ingels at The How & The Why, a podcast from Black Hill Press. KCUR featured stories curated by Parcel staffers for Wonder Fair‘s 100 Ghost Stories project.

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Parcel News: October 3

Happy Fall! Here are some updates on the amazing things our contributors are doing: Sarah Smarsh’s essay, Freedom Mandate, was published at Guernica. It was also featured at Vela Magazine. Brian Oliu‘s book, Leave Luck to Heaven, got a glowing

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Parcel News: October 3

Happy Fall! Here are some updates on the amazing things our contributors are doing: Sarah Smarsh’s essay, Freedom Mandate, was published at Guernica. It was also featured at Vela Magazine. Brian Oliu‘s book, Leave Luck to Heaven, got a glowing

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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 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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