Nothing But Red is an anthology of literary and visual artists that brings attention to the issue of violence against women worldwide. Published in 2008, poet-teacher-writer-activist and phati’tude contributor and a contributor to this anthology, Andrena Zawinski, continues to promote Nothing But Red, because she believes it serves a worthy cause.
Find out more about phati’tude contributor Richard Vargas, the publisher and editor of The Más Tequila Review (TMTR) an independently owned small press poetry review, and his quest to promote relatively unknown yet exceptional poets!
Yes. There has been a delay, but it’s coming. ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America will publish and be available for sale on March 30th. It’s a 300 page issue filled with interviews, essays, poetry, artwork and translations, that’s worth the wait!
Former interns Jennifer Crystal Johnson and Rebecca Kaye are moving up the ladder at phati’tude Literary Magazine. Johnson, formerly Associate Editor is now Managing Editor; and Kaye, formerly Editor is now Associate Editor. It just goes to show that growth opportunities truly exist at Team phati’tude!
phati’tude. It’s a great name that represents the best contemporary writers on the scene today. Support the name and the cause by purchasing some really great logo merchandise available at our new CafePress storefront.
Poet and novelist Simon Armitage has been writing about Britain for decades now. In the latest in our National Conversations series of interviews, Armitage talks to John Harris about the obstinate nature of poetry and the culture of violence in Britain that he believes precipitated the UK riots.
There have been a lot of inquiries to the magazine, specifically, questions about deadlines, availability of the issues and contributors’ copies. So here is the scoop.
phati’tude Literary Magazine is proud to announce the release of CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY THROUGH LITERATURE: From the Harlem Renaissance to Today. This double-issue (246 pages!) will cost $20 and will be available for sale on amazon.com on May 6, 2011.
phati’tude Literary Magazine’s SUMMER 1960s SPECIAL takes a look at the 1960s through the lens of today’s art, culture and politics. We want writers to share their stories from the 1960s or how they equate to contemporary experiences.