After a good bit of work, we’re happy to introduce the new, improved, updated Phoebe website. It’s much more than just design retooling–we’re quite enthused to start branching into online publishing with fresh purpose and vision.
Get a good beverage ready, pull up a chair, and explore. Don’t let good words go quietly into the digital abyss.
For our first online edition, we’re proud to share fiction from Andrew Bynom and Julia Pierpont, along with poetry from Janann Dawkins and y madone. Each selection is freshly garnered from the pages of our respected magazine publication, which you can order today. Want to join their midst? Submit!
We’re equally confident that you’ll enjoy our first-ever nonfiction offerings, including work from Therese Halscheid and Patrick Barney. We’re currently accepting nonfiction work for online publication via PhoebeNonfiction@gmail.com.
At this time, we’re also actively soliciting visual art submissions of all kinds to compliment our written work. Photographers, animators, film-makers, etc. are all encouraged to contact us at Phoebe@gmu.edu. Please put “Visual Art” in the subject heading and wow us with the rush of seeing the world through your eyes.
We invite you to join with us and stay up-to-date as Phoebe continues to evolve. Follow us on twitter (@PhoebeJournal) and friend us on Facebook (Phoebe Literature Art).
And stay tuned! There are many more exciting plans in store for the future, including new contest info, an online submission system, and an all new arts blog by the end of September.
In the meantime, take a look around–and then go fire up the clacking typewriter, get out the smooth #2s, or unfold the cracked-plastic laptop.
Josh Ambrose, web-lackey
(on behalf of the editors)