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Five Tips for Balancing Imagery and Clarity in Fiction

Kevin Binder An unexpected outcome of my MFA experience is that it’s deepened my appreciation for voice and style in fiction writing. Not that my literary tastes were all that refined to begin...

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LeVar Burton Gives a Powerful Voice to His Visionary 1997 Post-Apocalyptic Novel

Timothy Johnson If you’re a child of the ’80s like me, LeVar Burton may have been an important part of your formative years. Whether you tuned into Star Trek: The Next Generation every week, kept...

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Our Last Blue Moon: Dance of Love

Martin Mitchell Will it come like a change in the weather?Will its greeting be courteous or rough?Will it alter my life altogether?O tell me the truth about love.—W.H. Auden I thought of these...

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Emily Austin’s Debut Novel and Being Dead Someday

Melissa Wade The cover of Emily Austin’s debut novel presents visual insight into the book’s core dichotomy. In a design by Kelli McAdams, lollipop-colored rabbits bound with life in neatly...

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What We’re Looking For: Fall 2021

As a team of writers and creators, we know that submitting to journals can feel like a daunting and opaque process. As we continue to accept submissions for phoebe’s Fall 2021 issue, we thought it...

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Graphics

by featured artist Alexey Adonin A Chick In Search Of A WormMedium: Ballpoint Pen on Paper Drawing is my most time-tested tool of self-expression. For me, drawing is akin to meditation or lucid...

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Eroded Ephemera

by featured artist Nikolina Lazetic  lunar, untitled no.2Medium: acrylic, oil, ink on paper (modified print)   My creative processes are informed by an upbringing in a war-torn space, mute losses...

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Scientific Illustrator Falls in Love with Printmaking

by cover artist Carrie Carlson  Robin’s NestMedium: Linoleum block print & watercolor As a scientific illustrator, I am inspired to celebrate the synergy of art and science through...

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Lockdown Artworks

by featured artist Ishika Guha  Every First TimeMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic Burn it SlowMedium: Mixed media, oil and acrylic These works were created during the lockdown periods in...

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