running a flash reading period for female-identified writers through Tuesday night 8/12, midnight CST. We welcome chapbook manuscripts of up to ~35 pages from women, queer, and non-binary writers.
We’re leaving Texas, for good, in two weeks. Each day we’re still at sea level I thought I’d share something from one of the Austin writers/artists/musicians I’ve been lucky to hang with here. To start things off: the very sleeveless and awesome Tyler Gobble. His first book, MORE WRECK MORE WRECK, will be out from Coconut Books in the fall. I’ve linked to a poem of his I dig called “Sure You Understand.” My two favorite lines: “Wow is a long word if you sustain it” & “You can’t fit the moon into enough poems”
This is so beaut//gawd do we love you two.