We’re packing up for the AWP conference next week, and we hope to see some of our readers and contributors in Los Angeles! Now, we present this fabulous writing and exciting news for your perusal:
The Texas Observer features a very moving piece by Sarah Smarsh. Catch her at an important panel, Wealth Gap in the Literary Landscape, at AWP!
Michael Martone will be speaking and giving a reading at Southeast Missouri State University on April 14.
Volume One published an article about BJ Hollars and his essay collection, This Is Only a Test.
Poet José Hernández Díaz is interviewed in the New Delta Review. Read his poetry in Witness Magazine.
The Elm published an article about poet and book artist Emma Sovich.
Mathias Svalina’s new book of poetry, The Wine-Dark Sea, is available for preorder at Sidebrow.
The Kenyon Review features a poem by Jeffrey Morgan.
A poem by Matt Morton, originally published in Ninth Letter, is featured at Verse Daily.
The Gracekeepers, by Kirsty Logan, is a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award.
Poetry by Callista Buchen appears in Tabula Poetica.
An essay on Camp in New Orleans, by Laurence Ross, is published in Pelican Bomb.
Work by Allegra Hyde appears in the new issues of DIAGRAM and Black Warrior Review.
Lauren Camp‘s poetry appears in Brilliant Corners. Her new book, One Hundred Hungers, is available at Tupelo Press.
A story by Sam Martone is featured at Paper Darts.
Work by Kim Magowan appears in Atticus Review, Gravel, and Sixfold.
Carrie Chappell‘s poetry is published in the new issues of The Cimarron Review and Harpur Palate.