Content warning: mentions of sexual assault I first met Jeannie Vanasco in the fall of 2016, about a year before the #MeToo movement surfaced on
On a Sunday afternoon in September, I find myself with a precious thing: several hours of uninterrupted time to write. I sit down, Word document
image via @oldtownbooks on Instagram Even before the global pandemic—a phrase that still sounds almost unreal to utter—supporting independent bookstores was paramount to the literary
“What does it mean to be like a rhizome? It means to be without roots, a deserted plant drifting in the desert. In Arabic, to
Alison Evans’s novel Ida has been shortlisted for the 2018 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for best young adult novel, and by all considerations it deserves
As our submission period wrap up & we review submissions for our contest period, our genre editors Below, Poetry Editor E. Rhōdes speaks with our judge.
By Holly Mason Belonging, Mojdeh Rezaeipour’s solo show at Arlington Arts Center, is on exhibit through December 16th. She will be participating in a Gallery Talk about the work on
Watch the inaugural interview, from our new video series “Spill Some Tea… with So to Speak!” Our first guest is our own Editor in Chief of
I recently had the opportunity to speak with Tethered by Letters’ founder and CEO, Dani Hedlund. Dani discussed the inception of Tethered by Letters and its various imprint projects.