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Don’t Know Why. Slowdive.

11 Jan

Sean Rowe. I still miss someone.

14 Jun

two projects, and two calls for participation

22 Feb

It’s here. Two projects, and two calls for submissions.

Remaking Moby-Dick is open for participation through May 15. We’ll publish a new print edition, and for video/image/music contributions, we are also staging a performance and screening in Sweden in the fall of 2016, as we did in 2013.

And.

Pea River Journal is open for submissions. We’ll publish a print issue, #4, in October 2016.

As always, no fees to submit.

It’s been a fraught wait, and now we joyfully anticipate what you might submit.

We hope you’ll join us.

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M83. Lower your eyelids to die with the sun.

23 Jul

Love is a drug.

14 Feb

i do have a seam. jamaal may.

11 Jun

We love Jamaal May. If you have a chance to catch one of his readings, go catch it. In the meantime, buy a copy of Hum.

perfection: Esperanza Spalding and Gretchen Parlato reinvent Jobim’s “Inutil Paisagem”

10 Jun

now reading for Fall 2014.

4 Jun

What is the burden of home? Show us by submitting your best work for the Fall 2014 issue. The reading window is open through July 15, with publication in early September.

We have space for twenty writers this Fall; will you be one of them?


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m83. night.

13 Apr

the blow. the moon is there, i am here.

14 Mar
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