Slush Pile Episode 003: Still Thinking About Roger Camp’s Hammock

March 19th, 2016

In this episode of Painted Bride Quarterly’s Slush Pile, we discussed six poems by Clara Changxin Fang, and two poems by Roger Camp. While we walked away with an impressive box score, we were more than impressed by the quality of poems we’ve received for our Locals issue! Just like our Monsters, Locals was broadly interpreted by submitters and we were not left disappointed. Sigh. We love our job.


Slush Pile Episode 002: It’s Alive

March 18th, 2016

In our second episode, we stuck with a theme: monsters! One of two themes for Print 8, reading the submissions for monsters has been anything but a nightmare, and the four poems we discussed on this podcast are examples of how broadly the theme was interpreted, just like we hoped.


Slush Pile: Episode 001

March 17th, 2016

In our inaugural episode, we discussed four poems from Emily Corwin, and three poems from Leah Falk. I don’t think it was just our happy-to-launch mood that caused such an impressive boxscore.

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