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Inspiration from Alexis Orgera

DOING THE WORK

“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength  [read more]

Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction

Why do we love prize judge Anthony Varallo’s fiction? It’s funny and layered, with compelling  [read more]

What inspires you?

We asked contributor Anie Onaiza, whose story “Forgiving Abba” appears in our forthcoming Fall/Winter issue, to discuss her creative  [read more]

A Review of Lamar York's Biographia Floridiana

Rosemary Cox

REFLECTIONS ON AMERICA’S BIGGEST SANDBOX—ESSAYS ON FLORIDA: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE

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Craft Talk from Katherine Smith!

ALLOWING THE LEAF

For an ultrasound  [read more]

Subscription Special!

A new issue is coming in May, and our printer is receiving the subscriber lists this week, so we encourage you to take advantage of a promotion  [read more]

2019 Lamar York Prize Winners and Finalists

We’re grateful for the extraordinary voices and visions in this year’s Lamar York Prize entries. Thank you to all of the writers who entered, with a special  [read more]

Lamar York Prizes for Fiction and Nonfiction


Kevin Wilson is judging in fiction, and Adriana Páramo is judging in  [read more]

<<<< Intern >>>>

Name: Jesus Hernandez
Age: 18
Major: Journalism
Favorite Hooch piece:“Notes From a Professional Pencil Wench,” by Rachel Toliver (37.1). I thoroughly enjoyed Toliver’s satirical approach at criticizing standardized testing.
Least  [read more]

Call for Submissions: Lost & Found

New and Off the Record for $4

Our current special-focus double issue, Off the Record, Volume 36.2-3, is now available as a PDF for $4 in our store [read more]

Intern Attention!

Name: Delisa Moniz
Age: 24….”the golden years”
Major: English
Favorite Hooch piece: Nandini Dhar’s “Birthing Twins In a Government Hospital, Kolkata, 1977,” is my favorite piece. It’s such  [read more]

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