Congratulations to Katy Resch on publishing her first book! Exposure is a collection of dramatic, witty, and feminist short stories that features “The Third Prophecy,” first published in Issue 84 of Painted Bride Quarterly. We knew there was something special about Resch when we stumbled upon her fiction!
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On Monday, PBQ held its monthly reading at the Black Sheep Pub featuring Christina Cook, P.e. Garcia, Jaime Fountaine, and Fiona Sze-Lorrain. First up was Christina cook, who gifted us a seven-poem glimpse of her newest book A Strange Insomnia. Next, P.e. Garcia, editor of The Offing and Aust Press, shared some poetic musings on […]
We are very proud to announce that Leah Poole Osowski has just published her first book of poetry, hover over her, which won the 2015 Wick Poetry Prize and features the poem “Salvador Dali–female figure with head of flowers,” (first published in Issue 92 of Painted Bride Quarterly)! Congratulations, Leah, we absolutely love to see […]
We are shaking it up on September 29 at our Slam, Bam, Thank You Ma’am! For this academic year, all of our slams are going to be hosted by local Philadelphian comedians. Our guest for this slam is Alex Grubard, self-described as a “stand-up comedian, game show host, & funspiracy theorist.” In addition to our […]
To kick off the start of a new school year and the first year Painted Bride Quarterly will be attending Philalalia, we will be hosting a reading and slam on Thursday, September 15 at the Pen and Pencil! Hear works by Sevé Torres, Mai Schwartz, Kathryn Ionata, Alina Pleskova, Emma Sanders, Kirwyn Sutherland, and David […]
Last night, PBQ hosted our monthly Slam at the Pen and Pencil! We were excited to see new faces last night, and hope that as the school year starts back up, we’ll see even more.
In Episode 006 of Slush Pile we read three poems by Carlos Andrés Gomez and we accepted all of them! We were excited to see that Carlos performed at the White House on Wednesday as a featured performer! Congratulations Carlos, we love to see our authors succeed. Check out Carlos’ twitter here.
On Monday, PBQ hosted its monthly Reading at the Black Sheep Pub with Amy Small-Mckinney, Brian Teare, Gina Tomaine and Annaliese Downey! We started the evening off with poems by Annaliese Downey that focused on horror and feminism. After, we moved on to poems by Gina Tomaine, whose poem “Bastille Day, Philadelphia” was published in Issue 93 […]
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We’ve made it to the unlucky number 13 on our podcast, but episode 13 was a blast to record! We discussed some spooky poems by Dana Sonnenschein and then, keeping with the theme, some of the authors’ fears about being on our podcast. Check it out here! Then head on over to our Facebook page […]