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Harpur Palate
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Nationally acclaimed literary magazine based in Binghamton University, New York.
Nationally acclaimed literary magazine based in Binghamton University, New York.

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As Harpur Palate heads into it's sixteenth year, we've decided to revisit some of the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that we've published along the way in a series of posts we've dubbed "The Refined Palate."

The latest entry is from issue 15.1, a short story entitled:

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The Refined Palate: "Climate Change" by Kerry Donoghue
As Harpur Palate heads into it's sixteenth year, we've decided to revisit some of the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that we've published along the way in a series of posts we've dubbed "The Refined Palate." Today's selection is from volume 15.1, a short s...

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Review: Ruth Madievsky’s Emergency Brake
Author Ruth Madievsky Maybe
you recognize Ruth Madievsky’s name. Two of her poems (“Tiny Shotgun” and
“Cactus”) were first published in Harpur
Palate and can be found in her new book, Emergency Brake , which I’m thrilled to review. If you’re looking
for kni...

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An Interview With Author Libby Cudmore
For our latest issue, former Editor-in-Chief Melanie J. Cordova spoke with author Libby Cudmore for a special interview. Cudmore is an alumna of Binghamton University, where Harpur Palate is housed. Her novel, The Big Rewind (William Morrow, 2016) is primar...

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As Harpur Palate heads into it's sixteenth year, we've decided to revisit some of the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that we've published along the way in a series of posts we've dubbed "The Refined Palate."

We begin with a staff favorite from volume 13.2, a short story entitled:

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The Refined Palate: "Wagyu Fungo" by Soon Wiley
As Harpur Palate heads into it's sixteenth year, we've decided to revisit some of the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that we've published along the way in a series of posts we've dubbed "The Refined Palate." We begin with a staff favorite from volume 13.2,...

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Harpur Palate is Open for Submissions
Harpur Palate is open for submissions from February 1st until April 15th, 2016. We are seeking regular genre submissions of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction, as well as a winner for our John Gardner Memorial Prize in Fiction . You can read last year...

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John Gardner Memorial Prize 2015: "Hourglass," by Sam Keck Scott
Harpur Palate is pleased to announce the winner of the 2015 John Gardner Memorial Prize in Fiction: "Hourglass," by Sam Keck Scott, an offbeat tale of urchins, heartache, and hope. You can read Sam's story below, or in Issue 15.2, Summer/Fall 2015. Hourglas...
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