Chapbook Review: Burnings, by Ocean Vuong

For many of us, Thanksgiving means revisiting the familiar—going home to gather around friends and family in order to feast upon the foods that make this holiday so special. However, for those of us in the literary world, this time offers a chance to revisit our favorite works of fiction and poetry. As such, this … Continue reading Chapbook Review: Burnings, by Ocean Vuong

ANTI-BOOK REVIEW— “The Texas-Israeli War:1999” by Jake Saunders and Howard Waldrop

Are you thankful for your family, food, and living in a (currently) non-postapostolic society but also kind of living deep-set in terror that conversation around the Thanksgiving dinner table may be about turn at any moment and burst into flames over the recent election? Do you have relatives, family members, and friends who fight normally … Continue reading ANTI-BOOK REVIEW— “The Texas-Israeli War:1999” by Jake Saunders and Howard Waldrop

Four Poems from Stuart Dybek

Last Wednesday, November 9, 2016, fiction writer and poet Stuart Dybek visited Virginia Tech for a mid-morning craft talk on campus followed by an evening reading of his short story “Córdoba” from the collection Ecstatic Cahoots (2014) in the Cube at the Moss Arts Center. Here are some quick thoughts from the craft talk, Wednesday, … Continue reading Four Poems from Stuart Dybek

An Interview with Yasmin Belkhyr, Editor-in-Chief of Winter Tangerine Review

Interviewed by Anuradha Bhowmik Winter Tangerine Review is a literary & arts magazine dedicated to disrupting the status quo and providing visibility to unheard narratives that often face erasure. Yasmin Belkhyr is the founder and editor-in-chief of Winter Tangerine Review. INTERVIEWER How did you start Winter Tangerine Review? BELKHYR I started Winter Tangerine when I … Continue reading An Interview with Yasmin Belkhyr, Editor-in-Chief of Winter Tangerine Review

Reading & Writing Diversity: An Interview with Poet Marcela Sulak

I think it is safe to say that the world is quite large. We have never each been to all the places, neither have we each met all the people. Ourselves included. It is less safe to say that we have never seen our own faces, since it is something we think we see every … Continue reading Reading & Writing Diversity: An Interview with Poet Marcela Sulak