Congratulations to Change Seven contributor and columnist Laura Jean Moore who has new work appearing in The Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, the EEEL. Way to go, girl! Advertisements
by Corey Mesler I wrote my first poem in 4th grade, a re-wording (read plagiarism) of “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere.” The teacher made over me. And I had a revelation; I thought, attention, yeah, that’s what I want. That hasn’t changed. In deadly earnest, I started […]
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, friends. Today, as we honor those age-old Irish traditions that aren’t remotely Irish, we invite you to raise your pints to Jay Sizemore, who has published poetry in a number of fine journals since his work appeared with us here at Change Seven. Five poems were recently pubbed with Revolution John Magazine, […]
Change Seven contributor Hedy Habra has lots of news to celebrate. A new book of poetry, Under Brushstrokes, is forthcoming from my old haunt, Press 53.
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.
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