March 2018

Sequins by Angie Ellis

by JHow March 29, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus story: Today’s bonus content is sprinkled with delightful description that illuminates an eccentric grocery store clerk dissolving into a world of smooth jazz and […]

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Dear Minnetonka Lake by Elizabeth Tannen

by JHow March 26, 2018

Associate poetry editor Sara Ryan on today’s bonus poem: In “Dear Minnetonka Lake,” poet Elizabeth Tannen weaves a conversational, down-to-earth illustration of place. Of messiness. Of love and it silliness. […]

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Notes from Crew Quarters—The First Book We Fell in Love With

by robertball March 23, 2018

Our editors revealed their first literary loves. Krys Malcolm Belc Associate Fiction Editor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania When I read Matilda, it completely reinvented my understanding of what books were and were […]

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PN Interviews Waasnode Short Fiction Prize Judge Anne Valente

by Ethan Brightbill March 22, 2018

This year’s Waasnode Short Fiction Prize will be selected by Anne Valente, author of the novels Our Hearts Will Burn Us Down (William Morrow/HarperCollins) and Utah (William Morrow), as well […]

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PN Interviews Neutrino Short-Short Prize Judge T. Clutch Fleischmann

by Ethan Brightbill March 20, 2018

The judge for this year’s Neutrino Short-Short Prize is T. Clutch Fleischmann, author of Syzygy, Beauty (Sarabande Books), curator of Body Forms: Queerness and the Essay (Essay Press), writer-in residence […]

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Generosity by Holly Karapetkova

by JHow March 18, 2018

Editorial intern Zoe Maki on today’s bonus story: In “Generosity,” Holly Karapetkova gives us a poet-tyrant stuck between blurred lines of selfhood with a splash of humor and irony. Generosity […]

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Notes from Crew Quarters–Vacation Spots

by robertball March 16, 2018

Our editors confess their ideal vacation spots. Lizzie Michael Associate Editor West Dennis, Massachusetts I’m going to LA this spring break. Never been there before, but I heard that it’s […]

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Two poems by Dan Gutstein

by JHow March 13, 2018

PN’s Sara Ryan on today’s bonus poems: In “Prodrome” and “I Feel Like Inwardness,” Dan Gutstein plays with language and its constantly shifting identities. These poems meld definition and meditative […]

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