catching up with contributors: recent work from Amanda Miska

12 Jul

Let us count the ways we love Amanda Miska. She’s a writer! She’s an editor! She’s an amazing colleague!

One day, a comet zoomed through our sky, and from it fell an Amanda Miska story, and, blessed souls we knew ourselves to be, we published it in our Fall 2014 issue. If you have not read it yet, you should. And if you read it in 2014 but haven’t returned to it, please do. It’s beautiful. Go read it now: “Slow Wave.

We’ve watched Miska stories (and essays) emerge, and we always read them as soon as we see something new. Here’s a sampling of the past few years’ publications. (go read them all)

The Sinner and the Saint” at Atticus Review

A Good Ache” at Matchbook

Incompatible with Life” at Hobart

Weightless and Hysterical” at Little Fiction


recent poems from Devon Miller-Duggan

7 Jul

We love reading what Devon Miller-Duggan writes. In the past few years, she has published interesting work, including:

We published her work “Broken Line with Subtitles” and “These Days” in PRJ 4, Worksongs for the Apocalypse. Keep an eye out for her upcoming work!

Morphine. Gone for Good.

16 Jan

Don’t Know Why. Slowdive.

11 Jan

THE LIMIÑANAS featuring Peter Hook. Garden Of Love.

15 Dec

John Maus. Do your best.

25 Aug

Brian Jonestown Massacre. Just For Today.

18 Jun


(can I ask you why)

The Limiñanas. Salvation.

15 Jun


(This is pretty perfect.)

Sean Rowe. I still miss someone.

14 Jun

Donovan. Deep Peace.

21 May

Badger, Party of 7


james (w) moore

poems, and the poet who poems them

BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

Daily Discussions of craft and the writing life

Vinita Words

It's always about writing...

David J. Bauman

Co-author of Mapping the Valley

MarLa Sink Druzgal

Freelance Creative Professional

Beth Gilstrap

Writer * Editor * Educator * Weirdo

Anthony Wilson

Lifesaving Poems


Just another site

Grant Clauser

(poetry and other stuff, but mostly poetry)

Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics

Just another site

Largehearted Boy

a roominghouse for the servants of the duende