Submit your poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to the 2019 Columbia Journal Spring Contest, judged by Tommy Pico, Alexandra Kleeman, and Kiese Laymon.
You can work in a community of artists and still try to stake out a little bit of territory that’s yours.
The Chinese have a saying, "The judgment on one is final only when the lid on the coffin is closed."
The poet Cynthia Cruz discusses Nomadism and the nature of dreams.
At dawn, after they drove me/ by emergency to the hospital, or/ the mansion on the outskirts of the city.
Gabrielle Jensen talks to Willard Klein about mutant sperm, preformation, Klein's recent show at MX Gallery, works in progress, and more.
These poems by Lidija Dimkovska have been translated from the original Macedonian by Ljubica Arsovska and Patricia Marsh.
Everything you read kind of goes into a compost heap somewhere inside, and that sort of mulch is what your writing comes out of.
The books that beloved indie booksellers from across New York City are looking forward to in 2019.
Jon Voight made Midnight Cowboy famous, but to get the most from Joe Buck's story, you have to read the book by James Leo Herlihy.
She slouches, shoulders/ pitched, tongue static as a bell/ without breeze.
Alexandra Kleeman talks about why the writing process should not be a place of comfort, but of "the unexpected, the frightening, and the transformational."