Valley Voices brings readers a special edition on ekphrastic poetry with the Fall 2019 issue. Fifty-seven poems by forty-two poets follow the theme, and John J. Han pens the essay: “A Verbal Response to Visual Art: The popularity, Types, and … [Continue reading] about Ekphrastic Work in Valley Voices
Kate Manne, associate professor of philosophy at Cornell University, has won the 2019 Book Prize from the American Philosophical Association (APA) for her Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny. In Down Girl, Kate Manne calls attention to an … [Continue reading] about Down Girl by Kate Manne Wins APA Book Prize
Learn a little more about current U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo in the latest issue of World Literature Today. In addition to a featured poem by Harjo, “Bless This Land,” there is also a mini, three-question interview with the poet. Harjo answers … [Continue reading] about Three Questions for Joy Harjo in WLT
Plume has hit quite a milestone this month. Their December 2019 issue is their 100th publication. As usual, they bring readers a fine selection of poems (some with audio recordings), a smattering of book reviews, and one essay. However, they stray … [Continue reading] about Plume Publishes 100th Issue
2020 PEN America literary awards longlists will confer over $330,000 to writers and translators whose exceptional literary works were published in 2019. Spanning fiction, nonfiction, poetry, biography, essay, science writing, … [Continue reading] about 2020 PEN America literary awards longlists
Greta Thunberg, the soft-spoken Swedish teenager who became a global conscience for climate change and environmental activism, has been named Time magazine’s Person of the Year for 2019. … [Continue reading] about Person of the Year 2019
The brand new NewPages Blog is here. Stay tuned for news on all things literary! … [Continue reading] about New home for NewPages Blog!