Gold Without Warning–a three day poetry festival

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GWW is a three-day festival of capital-region poets, and features a number of past Phoebe contributors, as well as a few current or former staffers. More details at ...

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My Father at the Mountainside

Nonfiction Jacob White

A whole Saturday I walked back and forth across our slick garage floor to hear those magnificent heels clop. I mouthed the word gambol over and over, mouthed...

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Grieving

Nonfiction Alyssa Ross

She wrapped my little hand inside her long, thick fingers and guided me up the aisle toward a line of crying women. When it came my turn to walk up, I...

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Why nonfiction?

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You’ve probably noticed that Phoebe is taking a big step: We’re now accepting nonfiction submissions.

That’s the...

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Are You Sure You Want to Shut Down…?

Blog Collin G

I stare at electronic screens a lot. I watch television and play video games, and half the time I listen to music I’m mesmerized by iTunes’ Visualizer......

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Telling Our Stories

Interview Leslie Maxwell

Lisa Tracy's most recent book, Objects of Our Affection, is a work that combines history and memoir to tell the tale of objects that are part of...

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Honest Conversation: the state of online publishing

Blog Josh Ambrose

I watched for a bit, then got bored and exited the window.

Frankly, a lot of literary online publishing today strikes me as similarly problematic......

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fly three to four weeks after hatching. mercy.

Poetry y madrone

grown, they aren’t picky with food but hoard
scattered caches carefully. the sown ground.
plus tuck bills beneath feathers for later
......

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Another year, another all new chapter to Phoebe…

Blog Josh Ambrose

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...

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life span in the wild exactly average. not year-round

Poetry y madrone

we are not this residence yet, but should be.
magpied twice as often minus abundance,
these ages openly passerine......

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