Interviewer: Melissa Ashley HernandezApril 26th, 2022 Rachael Crosbie (they/them) is the Editor-in-Chief & Founder of the winnow, poetry editor of Dollar Store Magazine, a poetry reader for Persephone’s Daughters, and a poetry reader for Variant Literature. They have a BA in English Literature from Waynesburg University and a MS in Publishing from New York University:Continue reading “Let’s Talk: Publishing Master’s Degrees with Rachael Crosbie”
This month’s issue is a delightful dedication to our main form and namesake, the minimal sonnet! Please enjoy our contributors poetry and found minisons!
Welcome to the first video podcast of the Let’s Talk Series! This Let’s Talk, we have a discussion with published poet (and repeat contributor) Jared Beloff about his thoughts on whether or not a writer needs an MFA to be successful. You can follow Jared on Twitter: @Read_Instead
Ada Wofford, Senior EditorApril 30th, 2021 Part Five In our last installment we look at how exactly Instapoetry functions, what new trails are being blazed, and wrap up with a final conclusion. I hope you enjoyed this series and that you found some of the information presented here useful. A full bibliography can beContinue reading “Let’s Talk: How Instapoetry Functions”
Ada Wofford, Senior EditorApril 22nd, 2021 Part Four In this installment, I look at some of the criticisms of Instapoetry, including my own. I also pull from establish critics and academics, such as James Longenbach, because I want to illustrate the broader conversation on poetry that I am participating in when I write aboutContinue reading “Let’s Talk: Criticisms of Instapoetry”
Ada Wofford, Senior EditorApril 16th, 2021 Part Three Rupi Kaur is easily the most famous Instapoet in the world. A 2018 article in The Atlantic titled, “How Instagram Saved Poetry,” explores Rupi Kaur’s immense success and the new direction of poetry: Rupi Kaur is a case study in how dramatically the world of poetryContinue reading “Let’s Talk: Rupi Kaur and Instapoetry”
Ada Wofford, Senior EditorApril 7th, 2021 Part Two Alt-Lit was born out of blog and Tumblr culture in the late ’00s. Although this culture began online and had an international reach, it’s primary physical location would have to be New York. The genre references internet culture heavily, often eschewing capitalization and punctuation; the wayContinue reading “Let’s Talk: Alt-Lit”
Ada Wofford, Senior EditorApril 7th, 2021 Part One: Introduction Last year I published two articles in a lit mag called The Blue Nib about contemporary poetry. The first centered around Rupi Kaur and the genre of Instapoetry (poetry published via the social media platform of Instagram). The article is essentially a close reading ofContinue reading “Let’s Talk: Rupi Kaur, Instapoetry, and The Academy”