Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Phillip B. Williams

Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Phillip B. Williams

Do you feel that your writing is necessarily assumed to be autobiographical? How do you feel about this assumption? I think there is an assumption...

Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Lauren Yates

Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Lauren Yates

Do you feel that your writing is necessarily assumed to be autobiographical? How do you feel about this assumption? The vast majority of my writing is...

Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Jee Leong Koh

Voices of Bettering American Poetry 2015 — Jee Leong Koh

Who would you have nominated for this anthology? Is there a poem you have in mind that you could link to?  I am a longtime...

VIDA Editor Roundtable

VIDA Editor Roundtable

Sarah Fawn: Hi everyone, Sarah Fawn Montgomery here. Thank you all for (virtually) sitting down to talk about our editing experiences and processes, and to...

Self Censored: When Writing is Not Right

Self Censored: When Writing is Not Right

I stopped jumping in and out of trouble. Once, it was a moving car, my father pissed; the walk home slow and only mildly treacherous....

Report from the Field– What We Don’t Name: The Delicate Path of Literary Crimes

Report from the Field– What We Don’t Name: The Delicate Path of Literary Crimes

When I launched The Atlas Review a bit over two years ago, I felt certain that the best way to highlight new and exciting work...

Report From the Field: White People Love Me: Dispatches From The Token

Report From the Field: White People Love Me: Dispatches From The Token

I get along with white people really well. Growing up, they brought peppermint bark down the cul-de-sac to my parents’ house every Christmas. They smiled...

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