Poor Yorick Reading Series “Year End”

skull on black and pink backgroundPoor Yorick is an online literary journal edited and published by the MFA Program in Creative and Professional Writing at Western Connecticut State University. Their focus is on rediscovering the past through objects, memories, relationships, traumas, cultures, and ghosts (literal and figurative) and to celebrate the joy, fear, hardship, and wonder of being human.

They are continuing their monthly reading series with a virtual open mic and fireside chat on December 17 from 7-9 PM. This will be hosted on Microsoft Teams and you can contact the Poor Yorick team for an invitation. The theme for this reading is “Year End.”

The editor will be on hand at the open mic to talk submissions, too, in case you’re interested in submitting fiction, nonfiction, poetry, digital art, photography, and other innovative works.

Swing by their listing on NewPages to learn more about them.

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