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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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Tuesday Prompt: Dog Days

It must have been difficult to go for a walk with me as a child; I would constantly stop to pick worms and slugs off the pavement to bring them to the relative safety of the grass verge. I made … Continue reading

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Review: Tamai Kobayashi’s ‘Prairie Ostrich’

Reviewed by Clara Kumagai. “…Egg is released into this day, this morning, like a bird that can’t quite fly.” Tamai Kobayashi uses the metaphor of eggs, of hatching, of flying, throughout her first novel, Prairie Ostrich. Not an entirely new … Continue reading

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CCWWP Round-Up

  PRISM international had a great time at CCWWP last weekend! It was fantastic to get the chance to meet some of our readers, so thanks to all who stopped by the PRISM booth. Here are the PRISM editors’ highlights… … Continue reading

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Going Down Swinging: An Interview with Hettie Jones

We’re putting the international into PRISM international and teaming up with Australian literary magazine Going Down Swinging! One of Australia’s oldest and strangest literary publishers, Going Down Swinging was conceived in 1979. It now produces print anthologies, audio recordings, multimedia … Continue reading

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Prompt: I’ll Google It!

It’s assumed that most writers nowadays work on computers rather than with ink and paper. I certainly do, and for all its convenience there is one major flaw: a computer’s ability to connect to the internet, and therefore to billions … Continue reading

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