Upcoming New Issue, and a Candid Note
The Temenos staff is happy to announce that our Fall 2019 issue, "Unbelonging," will be up for publication shortly.
This issue marks an important change: due to some dramatic internal re-staffing and restructuring, this will be the first online-only issue that Temenos has published. This, for the foreseeable future, will be Temenos' continued model of publication.
Moreover, a candid note: many of the internal changes slowed a lot of our inner workings down, to the point where we were not able to put as many calls for submissions as we would have liked to. As such, our first online issue will be an exceedingly slim one; even so, we hope this will bring more focused attention to the wonderful authors that we are publishing.
In the future, we aim to publish issues with a larger quantity of creative work. Now that we are back on our feet, this should be more than possible, and this will come along with the gradual retooling of the website to be more reflective of our minimalist approach to publication.
Current Call For Submissions
Temenos accepts and publishes the very best poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, graphic narrative, and art and photography submissions. Fee for submission is $4.
Submissions are currently closed.
Please check back in fall for our upcoming call. Submission inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 2019: Unbelonging
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Fleda Brown, former poet laureate of Delaware, visited Mount Pleasant as part of the Wellspring Literary series in March, 2018. Brown has received numerous awards for her work, including the University of Wisconsin’s Felix Pollak Prize for her book Reunion (2007). The Woods Are On Fire: New and Selected Poems (2017) is the most recent of the more than a dozen books of poetry, essays, and memoirs that she has authored or edited. Brown was an English Professor at the University of Delaware From 1978 until 2007, when she retired and moved to Michigan. Kevin Thomas had the privilege of interviewing Brown via email prior to her visit.
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