With the publication of issue 2.2, we begin to look forward to our next issue due out in the summer of 2018. We are currently accepting work — art, photography, poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and flash-prose — that emphasizes our current political moment. Though we will be reading a broader range of submissions, for this issue, we are especially interested in works that reflect our moment of national and global crises. Contributors to the magazine should consider themes that focus on politics, social justice, and human rights. We are looking for work that ranges from the subtle to the overt, but which expresses the pain and strife caused by the obvious barriers confronting all those who seek personal, communal, national, and global peace in an atmosphere that glorifies selfishness, greed, violence, supremacy, and domination of the powerful over the weak.
Underrepresented voices are very welcome. If you are interested in submitting, please visit our Submissions Guidelines page.
Today, on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we offer you King’s 1968 speech to an audience of those in the arts, with an introduction by James Baldwin. May it inspire you to submit.
Art is activism.