Eleanor Leonne Bennett, whose starkly beautiful photographs appear in the debut issue of Change Seven, is now the art editor of Contemporary Literary Review India. Congrats, Eleanor! Check out Eleanor’s work in Issue 1.1 here. Advertisements
Chelsea Laine Wells‘ story “Breakable” is appearing in the upcoming issue of Heavy Feather. Also her story “Swallow” will be featured in both text and audio via the new podcast project The Other Stories. Read Chelsea’s story “Dogtooth,” which appears is Issue 1.1 of Change Seven.
Congratulations to Change Seven contributor Jim Nichols, who recently celebrated the launch of a new novel, Closer All the Time, published by Islandport Press.
Congratulations to Change Seven contributor and columnist Corey Mesler, whose new novel Memphis Movie is now available. Check out this wonderful book trailer, and then visit him at Burkes Books in Memphis to buy a copy, where I’m sure he will be happy to sign it for you. […]
BY LAURA KNIGHT MORETZ Charles Dodd White is the author of A Shelter of Others (Fiddleblack, 2014), Sinners of Sanction County (Bottom Dog Press, 2011), and Lambs of Men (Casperian, 2010). He is co-editor with Page Seay of Degrees of Elevation: Short Stories of Contemporary Appalachia (Bottom Dog […]
“The wilderness is a place you go through, my father used to say in one of his sermons. It is not a place that you stay. He was speaking about Exodus, and the story of the Israelites as they wandered for 40 years, looking for the promised land. I would add that the wilderness is also a place of retreat and refuge, where civilization and the enemies therein cannot follow you. It is where you go to learn the boundaries of yourself.” ~ Laura Jean Moore
We are currently accepting submissions of original poetry, fiction (including flash, stories, and novel excerpts), creative nonfiction, photography and other visual art as well as mixed media forms that include audio/video or other interesting collaborations. We are always open to considering book reviews and author interviews as well. […]
by Susan Woodring I have a lot of sympathy for lead. In the days of alchemy, it was considered a base metal and, for many years, everyone in the world—and I mean, every last person alive–strove to find a way to transform it into gold. This was before […]
“On or about December 1910 human character changed,” Virginia Woolf once wrote. Relations between ”masters and servants, husbands and wives, parents and children” had irreversibly shifted, ”and when human relations change there is at the same time a change in religion, conduct, politics and literature.” Or it may […]
Change is inevitable, unstoppable, constant, infinite, perpetual, necessary, integral, beautiful, chaotic, and it is what makes life possible while also ensuring its demise. Even when a surface appears whole and unblemished, on the molecular level, things are rearranging, breaking down, forming new compounds and wearing perfection’s veneer to […]