As an avid reader of literary magazines, I am embarrassed to say that I just learned about Five Dials a few weeks ago. Perhaps it’s one of those subtle, colonial snubs that folks in the U.S. don’t talk much about this phenomenal British mag, but I realized nearly as soon as I stumbled upon it […]Read more "February: Poetry Picks & Prompts"
The February theme: How to begin a story/poem.Read more "February – Penned: Interviews with Writers"
For the new year, I’ve decided to change my focus for this column. I’ve decided to narrow my scope, and delve more deeply into one literary magazine each month; I want to explore the content that these magazines publish, but even more than that I want to talk about what they stand for, their mission, […]Read more "January: Poetry Picks & Prompts"
TDG editors talk about writers who inspire them.Read more "December – Penned: Interviews with Writers"
Editor’s Note | Tiegan Dakin Nonfiction Waste Not | Terry Barr Black and White | John C. Mannone Dragon Tales, Household Hobbies: How the Family Search for Shark Teeth Made Us Find Each Other Instead | Casey Cromwell Cycle of Life | Alice Lowe Of Moss and Men | Paul Hetzler True Tales From […]Read more "Issue # 2: Encounters with Nature!"
Ray Zimmerman is the author of First Days (Finishing Line Press) and Executive Editor of Southern Light: Twelve Contemporary Southern Poets, Ford, Falcon, and McNeil. He serves as producer of the Little Owl Music and Arts Festival, now in its fifth year at Audubon Acres. Ray’s photographs have appeared in the Tennessee Conservationist […]Read more "Words On Sand | Ray Zimmerman"
Waste Not by Terry Barr “Take him down by the vacant lot on the corner,” Dad said, “That way no one will mind what he does.” The thought of cleaning up after Sandy never entered our heads, and so I’d lead him by the leash to this open area and watch as the poor guy […]Read more "Waste Not | Terry Barr"