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Meet the Editors: Rob Taylor, Poetry Editor

At PRISM international, we like to interact with our dear readers. So over the coming weeks, we’ll be introducing the delightful new editors to you. First up is Rob Taylor, Poetry Editor and ultimate frisbee champion. What do you do … Continue reading

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Ask an Editor: Poetry Editor Zach Matteson

Joanna Light asks: “Elizabeth Bishop’s poetry editor at the New Yorker, wrote her page long + suggestions for changes to submitted poems. There were several mail exchanges before a poem was accepted for publication. Now, editors at journals do none … Continue reading

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Now Accepting Submissions for our 2013-2014 Theme Issue: Love and Sex

Dear writers, We are now accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama, and translation for our Love and Sex theme issue. By love we mean romantic love, unromantic love, familial love, unrequited love, lost love, love of a friend, love … Continue reading

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An Interview with PRISM’s Poetry Editor Zach Matteson

Continuing the conversation that started with Prose Editor Jane Campbell, we asked Zach Matteson to expand on his role at PRISM international as well as his own writing and reading life. What do you do for PRISM international? I’m the … Continue reading

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