Letter from the Editor
Vo. 6 – Domesticity
Our spring issue explores “domesticity.” This can mean work that represents home life and/or the activities of those who share living space, as well as “the family” and domestic spaces/remains. Domesticity can also mean conditions that domesticate or domesticated states.
What’s new at our house?
Poets, get your chapbooks in order! Our Gloria E. Anzaldúa Poetry Prize goes live on April 15th with guest judge Carmen Giménez Smith. First place is publication, a $500 prize, and 25 contributor copies.
We’ll see you at the AWP book fair this year, table #1125. Come say happy birthday to us, as we’ll be celebrating our two-year nonprofit birthday on the fifteenth!
We’ll also be hosting our first AWP off-site reading, featuring Ada Limón, Darrin Doyle, and Harrison Candelaria Fletcher.
An addition to our family is in the works. We’ll be expanding our print publications to include a yearly prose chapbook prize soon. Fiction and nonfiction folks keep your eyes wide for that one.
Keep sending us your love in the form of exceptional submissions. Or reach out to us through social media or email if that’s what it takes to hear your lovely voice.
Daniel Levis Keltner, Managing Editor