Poet Ed Bok Lee discusses the role of family, evolution, and trauma in his newest collection, "Mitochondrial Night."
Death like a double dipped dome cone / a sunny Sunday I swam into your mirrored glasses, / orange rims like a safety cone.
The first-ever Columbia Journal Fall Contest is now open for submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and, for the first time, art. Our judges will be...
Even the teensiest of curtsies / will make your shadow go away.
I can’t foresee the changes and I can’t know what I will, undoubtedly, regret, but I can come to see me as a future, you as a violent past.
I regret my dreaming, its final actor.
Five poems about love, frenetic energy and wanting translated from Ana Elena Pena's original text in Spanish by Hannah Bishop.
This is your teacher-creature speaking.
Moved by beautiful images, like they’re powerful dreams / in search of the healing energy
The mountains loom / Large like questions / About poverty.
The editors are delighted to officially announce that the Columbia Journal Fall Contest is now open for submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and, for the...
Until Mother's Day of 2018, Luis Montenegro took part in the Nicaraguan Protests. In his poetry, the doctor examines the ongoing unrest.
Alex Dimitrov discusses capitalism, social media, and his upcoming book, Love and Other Poems.