Hello to all our beloved Glass Mountaineers! The results are in, writers have been notified, and now we present you the winners of our 2014 Poetry & Prose Contest, judged by Tony Hoagland and Antonya Nelson. Congrats to Tom Boswell for his winning poem, “After reading the first poem in the literary journal, I stop to contemplate life and death,” and to Katie Laitkep for her winning short story, “tunnel Vision.” Congrats also to our honorable mentions, who are also printed in issue 12.3.
As always SUBMIT! (https://glassmountain.submittable.com/submit). The deadline for our next online publication is March 1st, so get submitting now.
We also have some readings coming up, so more news to follow up soon!
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Happy New Year to all our gorgeous followers and stalkers! We hope you had as phenomenal a time celebrating the morphing of 2013–>14 as we had culling and cajoling this tidbit of literary lusciousness.
Please, as always, SUBMIT!!! (https://glassmountain.submittable.com/submit) Our deadlines lovingly roll from fall to spring, so we’re always reading (unless it’s summer).
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Happy Halloween everyone! Do we have a treat for you! Glass Mountain’s first online issue is running, and it has some goodies for you to start your Fall off right.
If you’re as excited as we are (of course you are) carry on intrepid reader, and click that little read more button right down on the right:
“Congratulations! Bonnie Culver of Wilkes University, our judge, has declared Glass Mountain as the winner of the 2013 National Program Directors’ prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazines in the content category.
Ms. Culver has this to say about the magazine: ‘Edgy, funny, smart, and top shelf fiction and poetry.'”
That’s right! Glass Mountain wins the director’s prize from AWP for undergrad lit mags. That’s $500 for the magazine and a whole heap of “awesome job” for our staff, and all of our contributors cross the nation. Good job folks!
Hey all, we’re back with another issue, this time for Spring 2013, with a launch at the Poetry & Prose Reading Series in the UH honors commons.
Doesn’t it look awesome? We have our contest winners in this one (congratulations, gals and guys!) and with it done, the last bit of business we have left is our conference.
Have you guys checked out www.boldfaceconference.wordpress.com yet? It’s a conference we put on for emerging writers, and the registration deadline is fast approaching. It’s super cheap and we give you breakfast and lunch (that’s a pretty sweet deal, right?) and workshops and craft talks. It’s a lot of fun, and we hope to see you there!