Laura McCullough, long-time contributor to PBQ, recently released a new book titled A Sense of Regard: Essays on Poetry and Race with the University of Georgia Press. McCullough edited the collection, which addresses issues of race, gender, and inequality. In addition, McCullough’s poem “There Were Only Dandelions” has been selected for Best American Poetry 2015! Congratulations to […]
Congratulations Kelly McQuain!
Long time contributor of Painted Bride Quarterly, Kelly McQuain received the 2013 Presidential Diversity Award from Community College of Philadelphia! The award carries a stipend that he will use during summer 2013 to help cover travel to China, where he hopes to draft new poems. Recently McQuain was selected from candidates nationwide to attend a three-week field seminar in Chinese […]
Issue 87: The Costume Issue
Blink: I know who you are, (or so we’d like to think). PBQ explores the semantics of style in its current issue. Style is decipherable, interpretable, a sign signifying self. The concept of dress makes us mindful of duality, identity, conformity and a promise of transformation. Photo Credit Josh K. Brede “Foxy Lady” www.joshbrede.com