We are excited to announce that Phoebe is beginning the process of digitally archiving past issues and will be posting them here and on Twitter via #ThrowbackThursday. We plan to re-publish work from past print issues once a week to promote the fantastic writing that’s been in our journal over the years and the amazing writers we’ve partnered with in the past. Click the images below to see what we’ve re-published from specific issues, or visit our #ThrowbackThursday blogroll to see our most recent re-publications.

Cover art: Unknown artist

from: A Border Comedy

From Phoebe 25.1, Winter 1996 Lyn Hejinian Stories often go into the dark and stay there To change Springing from nocturnal sounds Into experience which daylight might otherwise obliterate Drawn from dark moods which cannot be called linear We change the stories in our biography Make use of life And it is very strange, the flowing…
Cover art: "Craftsman" by Ken Jacobs


From Phoebe 17.2, Winter 1988 Alan Cheuse Cover from Phoebe 17.2, winter 1988 ____ ______ is the author of a number of other books, none of which you’ve probably read. This new novel you’re holding in your hands took him three years to complete, and it almost didn’t get published. Worse, it almost never got written.…