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The online literary magazine at Arizona State University.
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Guest Post: William Cordeiro: Once More, with Feeling http://wp.me/p6jBdc-4w5

Feel? Let the reader feel! —Fernando Pessoa James Merrill, Richard Wilbur, David Kalstone, and a couple others were once at Merrill’s house in Key West when they each decided to write a poem that morning. When Merrill came downstairs to show his work,…
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Contributor Update: Laura Esther Wolfson's Essay Collection Release @EstherLaura

Today we are happy to announce Laura Esther Wolfson’s essay collection, For Single Mothers Working as Train Conductors, is set to debut June 1st, 2018. The collection is being published by University of Iowa Press and is available for pre-order. For…
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Today we are pleased to share Quarry Cross by Robin Behn. The poetry collection was released March 1, 2018 by Plume Editions in conjunction with MadHat Press. Robin was recently featured in Plume’s April edition. Six of her poems have also been set to…
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Authors Talk: Jo Scott-Coe @joscottcoe http://wp.me/p6jBdc-4ys

Today we are excited to feature author Jo Scott-Coe as our Authors Talk series contributor. Jo discusses how her essay, “The Other Spencer Girl,” led her to write her recently published book, MASS: A Sniper, a Father, and a Priest. About, “The Other…
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#ArtLitPhx: We the People @MesaArtsCenter

“We the People” highlights exceptional figurative artists, who capture an aspect of the American experience. Representing a wide array of mediums and styles, the artists’ treatment of this classic subject ranges from traditional portraiture to social…
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#ArtLitPhx: Diana Arterian and Douglas Manuel Poetry Reading http://wp.me/p6jBdc-4wO @piper_center

Poets Diana Arterian and Douglas Manuel, one of our very own Superstition Review contributors, will read from their latest works–Playing Monster :: Seiche and Testify–on Monday, April 30, 2018 at Valley Bar (130 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004) at 6:30…
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Poetry calisthenics: Chain words together so that the end part of one word becomes the first part of the next, ad infinitum: zippercentralalalandscapersonarrowboat… (zipper; percent; central; tralala; lalaland; landscape; caper; persona; sonar;…
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#ArtLitPhx: Artist Lecture with Patti Warashina and Transitory Conversations Exhibition @MesaArtsCenter ‏

Join us for an Artist lecture with Patti Warashina on Saturday, May 12th from 6:30- 7:30 pm in the Dobson lecture hall at Mesa Arts Center, Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum (1 E Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201).  Warashina’s Transitory Conversations exhibition…
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Contributor Update: Jen Knox @JenKnox2 http://wp.me/p6jBdc-4we

Today we are pleased to share that Jen Knox recently appeared in Elephant Journal. Her piece, titled “Learning to Breathe through the No Good, Very Bad Days” was published the end of February this year. Jen is featured in Superstition Review Issue 4 and…
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Today we are pleased to feature Jonathan Duckworth as our Authors Talk series contributor. In this interview by fellow writer Jaimie Eubanks, Jonathan discusses his story, “On Clear Days I Can See Your Aura.” Jonathan tells us how he decides what a story…
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