Issue II, Volume VII : November 2015
Welcome to Issue I, Volume VII: September 2015 of Connotation Press: An Online Artifact. This month we have outstanding new offerings in our Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Drama, Video-Poetry, ... (read more)
Mark Brazaitis is the author of seven books, including The River of Lost Voices: Stories from Guatemala, winner of the 1998 Iowa Short Fiction Award; The Incurables: Stories, winner of the 2012 Richard Sullivan Prize and the 2013 Devil’s Kitchen Reading Award in Prose; and Julia & Rodrigo, winner of the 2012 Gival Press Novel Award. His latest book, Truth Poker
Poetry reminds us of our lives. It recalls places we’ve lived or visited, plants we’ve grown in our yards, animals we’ve
Emily Dickinson wrote, “The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience.” I don’t know
Cortney Lamar Charleston lives in Jersey City, NJ. He is Cave Canem fellow, an alumnus of the University of
I’m excited to be publishing these four excellent writers this month for reasons that are specific to each one.
Ann Bogle’s Country Without a Name, with illustrations by Daniel Harris, will be published by Veery Imprints in January.
I didn’t know C.K. “Charlie” Williams well. I was lucky enough to have spent time with him on several occasions and he
Michael Robins is the author of three collections of poetry, most recently In Memory of Brilliance & Value (Saturnalia Books,
Margaret Malone’s writing has appeared in The Missouri Review, Propeller Quarterly, Coal City Review, Swink, Nailed,
Katherine E. Young is the author of Day of the Border Guards, 2014 Miller Williams Arkansas Poetry Prize finalist
A little bit of history that is worth revisiting.