Today we are pleased to share news about past faculty advisor Elizabyth A. Hiscox. Elizabyth has recently released her debut collection of poems titled Reassurance in Negative Space, which, according to Sarah Vap, “studies the relationship between negative capability and communion. ” Reassurance in Negative Space is available for purchase from Word Galaxy here, or Amazon here.
Elizabyth was a faculty advisor for Superstition Review’s Issues 1,2,4, and 5.
Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Michelle Menting’s debut collection of poems, Leaves Surface Like Skin, has been recently released. The book has already received praise from poet Sandra Beasley, who says, “Menting has a gift for moody and luminous phrasing: ‘For some, the world is wood tick wicked.’ There’s magic to a collection that does such heavy lifting with a light touch.” Purchase your copy through Terrapin, Amazon, B&N, or through your local bookstore.
To read Michelle’s essay “On Becoming Vegan” in Issue 3 of Superstition Review click here.
Today we have some exciting news to share about past Superstition Review intern Elijah Tubbs. ELKE, “a little journal” both founded and edited by Elijah Tubbs, has recently released Issue 3. Elijah served as the poetry editor for Superstition Review in Issues 16 and 17. Purchase a copy of ELKE’s Issue 3 (The Women’s Issue) by clicking here.
Today we are excited to share that past contributor Kelli Russell Agodon has been recently featured on Poets.org. Kelli’s poem “Hunger” was chosen as the poem of the day for September 29, 2017. To read “Hunger” click here.
Read three of Kelli’s poems in Issue 3 of Superstition Review here.
Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Hannah Lee Jones has been recently featured in Ruminate Magazine. Hannah’s poems “When My Mouth First Opened” and “October” can be read in Ruminate’s Issue No. 44. Purchase a copy by clicking here.
To read three poems by Hannah Lee Jones in Issue 16 of Superstition Review click here.
Today we are glad to share that past faculty advisor Betsy Schneider has recently released a book. To Be Thirteen chronicles 250 thirteen-year-olds, creating still portraits and video documentation of each. The body of work creates a rich collective portrait of a group of Americans whose lives began at the turn of the millennium and who are coming of age now. Purchase a copy here.
Betsy served as one of Superstition Review’s faculty advisors from Issue 10 to Issue 17.
Today we are pleased to announce that past contributor Kathleen Winter has a forthcoming poetry collection. I Will Not Kick My Friends won the 2017 Elixir Poetry Prize back in February of this year and is coming out February 1, 2018.
To read Kathleen’s poem “Dogs with Amber Eyes” in Issue 13 of Superstition Review click here.