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."
Submit your poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to the 2019 Columbia Journal Spring Contest, judged by Tommy Pico, Alexandra Kleeman, and Kiese Laymon.
For nearly 10 years, my haircuts were cheap and they were good. To me, in fact, they were excellent.
While disquieting scenes and creatures fill the pages, the most frightening parts are these casual references to real-world issues facing women.
Twelve forthcoming releases that have our non-fiction loving hearts all aflutter, from works by icons like Toni Morrison to rising stars like Jia Tolentino.
Canon Fodder is a series of essays about the books writers hold close in their lives--and why those books deserve a second read.
M. Kasper on how he went about creating facsimile-style translations of some of the 'unacknowledged literary greats of the twentieth century.'
Three washings and still under my fingernails the smell of September.
Each month, Blurbed features a curated list of things to read, events to attend and news from the Journal.
If there’s something that you know, deep down, to be true, you will feel it in your gut, and that’s what you should write.
These three stories by legendary writer Ryūnosuke Akutagawa were translated from the original Japanese by Ryan C.K. Choi.