Looking Ahead to Serpentine Vol. 3 “Season of / joy for the bee. The green will never / again be so green, so purely and lushly/ new, grass lifting its wheaty seedheads / into the wind.” – from “More Than Enough” by Marge Piercy It’s good to be back! Serpentine is coming out of hibernationContinue reading “Returning Revitalized”
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Writer Spotlight: Melanie Hyo-In Han Sandpaper Tongue, Parchment Lips
One of the wonderful things about the literary scene is that these pockets of creatives form where we all get to come across each others’ work time and time again. To be honest, I think I can trace most of the connections I’ve made back to a single professor from college who keeps launching hisContinue reading “Writer Spotlight: Melanie Hyo-In Han Sandpaper Tongue, Parchment Lips”
Searching for Signal: How to Get Published in Our Journal
So, you want to get published in a literary magazine. Good on you for putting yourself out there! Seriously. When we go through submissions, we keep in mind that there’s a creative soul out there who might’ve stared at that “send” button anxiously for a minute or two before wiping the sweat off their palms,Continue reading “Searching for Signal: How to Get Published in Our Journal”
Why Another Lit Journal?
Thanks to the rise of the online journal, the literary world has been flooded with thousands and thousands of new publications ranging from every topic and style imaginable. The print ones move to online or shut down, and no one reads them unless they’re trying to submit something- which is generous, considering plenty of submittingContinue reading “Why Another Lit Journal?”