If you wish to become a translator, you probably are trying to find which language is the easiest to learn so you can start working as soon as possible. Instead of focusing on saving time, you should probably aim towards learning a language that is in demand. While Italian and Spanish are very popular languages, Continue reading
We’re getting ready to start work on the Winter 2013 issue, but Issue 8 will stay on the homepage a bit longer, so check out artwork by Mette Norrie, reviews by Joshua Willey, poetry by Holly Day and Jean-Pierre Parra, and fiction by Teri Louise Kelly, Thomas James Brown, and Jenny Glozshtein. Tell us what Continue reading
Here’s what contributor Thomas Brown has to say about his story, “The Flock,” in Issue #9, “transgressions:” ‘The Flock’ explores transgression in a number of ways, conveying the natural transgression of the bird-boy hybrids, the flock’s physically transgressive behaviour towards their classmate, and through this behaviour, man’s disposition to display transgressive qualities. If transgression is Continue reading
by: Rikki Lux Superstition Review, the online literary magazine at Arizona State University, is pleased to announce the launch of their 11th issue on Thursday, April 25th. A launch party to celebrate the occasion will take place at the Mesa Arts Center on Thursday, April 25th from 6 to 8pm. The launch party will feature presentations by s[r]’s section editors discussing their favorite art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction, Continue reading
“if I had known this morning that we would be over and done by tonight I never would have gotten out of bed, I would have stayed asleep, alive” Read the rest of Issue 8 here.
We are very pleased to welcome Mette Norrie and Thomas James Brown to the pages of trans lit mag! Mette Norrie is a visual artist, illustrator, and writer from Copenhagen, Denmark, with an MFA from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art. Check out Mette’s cover, “Bird Days,” and five drawings in a series called “Blue Bones.” Thomas James Brown, whose contribution Continue reading
As of Sept 21, we’ve been doing this trans lit mag thing for two whole years! It’s been one big learning experience after the next — and there’s a whole lot of wonderfulness in the works, so the learning continues! It’s been such an honor to have been able to publish the amazing pieces that Continue reading
I’m writing the letter from the editor for issue #8, as I usually do at the very last minute, and looking up the various dictionary entries on the issue’s chosen title, usage notes and variations and etymology, and thinking about the implications of these things, simultaneously procrastinating and researching and writing, and transpire is a fun word for this Continue reading
Check out “Pathogen of Social Misery” by Ernest Williamson III and “Pearl” by Kyle Torke, up just this very minute. We have quite a backlog of submissions to go through, but don’t let that stop you from sending us your beautiful work.
Some of our very talented contributors have recently had or will shortly have books published, and whether we mentioned them once and those notices have drifted into the ether (due to the old blog vanishing when we moved to FatCow) or the news is slightly newer, I wanted to celebrate them all in one place, Continue reading