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The Spring Issue is Now Available for Purchase!

Spring 2015 Issue 30Regular Submissions Now Open!

Exciting News! The Spring 2015 Issue of Arts & Letters (Issue 30) is now available for purchase! This is the second of our redesigned issues: new style of cover art, improved paper stock, different dimensions, etc. This is also our first issue featuring Flash Fiction, and it includes poetry by writers like Sarah Gordon and James Allen Hall.

Be one of the first to get Issue 30! You can purchase it online through our secure Submittable store here, or you can Subscribe to Arts & Letters online here! Give it a read and let us know what you think.

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Dorothy Erickson
Boy Scout

Keya Mitra

Goldberry Long


Kelly Cherry
The Cliffs of Nothingness
They are More Present
The Teahouse at Otowi Station

Nicholas Samaras
“A Body No Longer, No Longer the World”

Michael Waters
The Beatles
American Songbook

James Allen Hall
Poppies in October
My Grandmother Slams Crystal Meth the First Time, Four Months After Her Death

Melissa King Rogers
Grief: Topography
Happy Hour

Rebecca McKanna
Epithalamium for a Bride on Vicodin
When I Watch the TV Show of the Man Who Took my Virginity

Sarah Gordon
How to Write a Memoir

Creative Nonfiction

Eric Susak
Hollow Bound

Kathryn Winograd
Breviaries of the Ghost

Lina Maria Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas

Jan Bindas-Tenney
Paper Mill is Something Not Heard

Flash Fiction

Evan Lavender-Smith
Real Talk (XIX)

Maria Brandt
Against the Floor

Laura NewbernCreative Nonfiction Editor
Peter SelginFiction Editor
Allen GeePoetry Editor
Laura NewbernManaging Editors
Dustin Junkert
Adam Nannini
Kera YonkerAssistant Editors
Christine Amezquita
Rachelle Bowser
Chelsea Buckley
Claire Helakoski
Laura Martin

Last Chance to Submit to the Arts & Letters Prizes!

Arts & Letters PrizesSubmissions for the 18th Annual Arts & Letters Prizes are Now Closed.

The Arts & Letters Prize Contests are almost over, and today and tomorrow (March 31st) are your last chances to submit your work to win one of our $1,000 prizes. Just a reminder that our Poetry contest is being judged by Stephen Dunn, our Creative Nonfiction contest is being judged by Barbara Hurd, our Drama Contest is being judged by Iona Holder, and our Fiction contest is being judged by the exciting young writer, Kyle Minor.

Send us your best work, and remember, that even if you do not win one of our contests, all submissions will be considered for publication in Arts & Letters.