Notes from Crew Quarters—Snacks!

by MikeJacoby April 18, 2015

We asked our editors, As a teen what was your weird after-school snack? Jess Duncan Associate Editor, Poetry St. Louis, Missouri I used to eat a big bowl of ice [...]

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Jardins sous la pluie by Laura Donnelly

by JHow April 16, 2015

Amy Elisabeth Hansen says: My favorite moments in Laura Donnelly’s poem are the rustles. I love the “rustle of” in the first and third couplets and the implied rustle in [...]

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Notes from Crew Quarters—AWP Edition!

by MikeJacoby April 13, 2015

Could Passages be more ecstatic about this year’s AWP? The obvious answer is no, because our editors got to combine their two most consuming passions: phenomenal writers and phenomenal food. [...]

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Notes from Crew Quarters—I Find the Reader Guilty

by MikeJacoby April 3, 2015

This is the time of year when we at Passages are itching to return to a time when we control our reading lists. So this week we asked our staff [...]

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If I Had Had Twitter in 1998 by Alisha Erin Hillam

by JHow April 1, 2015

Associate poetry editor Jacqueline Boucher on today’s bonus poem: Alisa Erin Hillam’s “If I Had Had Twitter in 1998” moves expertly from the nostalgia its title suggests to a deep [...]

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Notes from Crew Quarters—Online Rituals

by MikeJacoby March 27, 2015

This week, we asked some of our staff about their online morning or evening traditions, specifically, what is the first website they check after they wake up or the last [...]

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It Started as a Noble Exercise in Masochism: Methods and Motives in Guy Maddin’s Art

by JHow March 23, 2015

Note from the interviewer, associate nonfiction editor Cory Ferrer: For thirty years, Guy Maddin has been thrilling art-house cinephiles at festivals around the world with daring and original work. His [...]

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Notes from Crew Quarters—Fun and Games

by MikeJacoby March 20, 2015

Up here in the frosty North, if we’re not suffering from the wintery temptation to keep warm in blankets and inhale carbohydrates, we might be languishing from the lack of [...]

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Interview with PN contributor Karen Hays

by JHow March 18, 2015

PN’s associate editor Christen Leppla: Karen Hays is an emerging essayist whose work has appeared in The Iowa Review, The Normal School, Conjunctions, and Passages North. Hays, who recently won [...]

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Camera with Humidity Under Its Lens by Joseph Mulholland

by JHow March 17, 2015

PN’s Jacqueline Boucher on today’s bonus poem: The first lines of Joseph Mulholland’s “Camera With Humidity Under Its Lens” feel like the first breath after falling. Both sound and image [...]

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