Twitter | Search | |
Cutter Streeby
I’m building a of and . 🔥Visit our gallery today and submit your visual or literary arts 👇 READ & SUBMIT TODAY! 👇
139,401
Tweets
19,090
Following
20,790
Followers
Tweets
Cutter Streeby 1h
Wayne Cresser Baines The well-dressed man in the black and white film says, “It’s a great life if you don’t weaken.” Maybe then, it’s a good life if you don’t weaken much and an okay life if you don’t weaken a
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 4h
Hermione Laake, Contributing Editor How to Submit via Submittable What is Submittable? Submittable is a cloud-based submission management system. You can submit to multiple publications via Submittable. Some of the publications charge a
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 7h
Writer Rachel Custer Songs on the Way to God: A Theory of Poetics I don’t always feel confident with the jargon of poetic craft, that foreign language exclusive to literary spaces I so often cannot afford to join. I
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 10h
Kent H. Dixon Something Else About Mary (Chartres, July 2002) You are fourteen, certainly old enough to marry but still innocent of men; more or less ignorant of the facts of life, more naĂŻve than righteous really. And so,
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 13h
Hermione Laake, Contributing Editor How to Record Voice Your expectations: Expect to spend some time finding a suitable app. New apps appear all the time; select one appropriate for your needs. The best app would be one that simply records
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 16h
Srinivas S meditation on a summer dusk— cuckoo's solo About the writer: A phonologist by training and an English teacher by profession, Srinivas S currently lives and works in Chennai, India. His downtime interests include
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 19h
David Joez Villaverde Issei Sagawa as Ouroboros Pang is born small enough to fit in the palm of his father’s hand. He grows and grows and learns that sashimi means to pierce meat, to slice flesh. This is an understanding of
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby 22h
Daniel A. Olivas The Courtship of María Rivera Peña (Adapted from the author's novella of the same name) The screenplay is loosely based on the true story of a migration from Mexico to Los Angeles in the 1920s, and it follows the
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 26
Kalireyna Streeby, Managing Editor Interview: Writer Terry Lucas TERRY LUCAS is the author of two full-length poetry collections: In This Room (CW Books, January 2016) and Dharma Rain (Saint Julian Press, October 2016). In addition
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 26
Associate Editor Pamelyn Casto FLASH FICTION: Brief And (Likely) Necessary Literature  Alfred Polgar, a noted Viennese intellectual and master of the short form, makes a good case for the rising popularity and even necessity of
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Jeff Streeby, Associate Editor How to Publish a Poem: A Guide for New Submitters Establishing for yourself the appropriate expectations: As a new poet, first be aware that you will receive far more rejection notices than
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Contributing Editor Vera Falenko Featured Artist Interview: Ilya Beshevli Ilya Beshevli is a Russian composer born in Siberia and his as well as his artistic story deserves telling. In 2013, he started writing music that
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Ken Olson Dog Star a mockingbird's song close enough to touch About the writer: Ken Olson is a Vietnam War veteran & native of the Pacific Northwest. He started writing short stories in grade school & has been
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby retweeted
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
OPEN: Journal of & Letters Annual Art Prize O:JA&L and its imprint BUTTONHOOK PRESS are accepting submissions of visual art for the Annual O:JA&L Art Prize. Entry fee: $25 (Payable through Submittable) Blue Ribbon cash prize: 50% of
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
The Pandemic Letters: Trapped Overseas Trapped in New Zealand: The Experience of Jim Associate Editor Jim Weitz has compiled a series of interviews and first-person accounts from travelers trapped abroad by quarantine protocols related to the
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Hermione Laake Pink Shirt Vesper. My boyfriend comes in from a day at the office. He’s wearing a tight pink shirt, screaming sex; except he’s quiet. He’s wearing those blue trousers; not too tight. They gently suggest that
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Danielle Beazer Dubrasky Father’s Day The stories all start with the cars—the Corvair, Mustang, Barracuda— each bought for under $600, each in the shop for over $2,000. My sister remembers when the back of the black
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
OPEN: Journal of & Letters Annual Art Prize O:JA&L and its imprint BUTTONHOOK PRESS are accepting submissions of visual art for the Annual O:JA&L Art Prize. Entry fee: $25 (Payable through Submittable) Blue Ribbon cash prize: 50% of
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 25
Danielle Beazer Dubrasky Swansea Our daughter’s voice rises over hills of stories spoken by animals —Now they are all escaping a flood on the farm. She is four and stakes out her playground on a sarong— her toy dogs, farm
Reply Retweet Like
Cutter Streeby Sep 24
Associate Editor Pamelyn Casto On the Road With Haibun (Published in England in The Art of Haiku, edited by Gerald England.) As with any complicated art form, is difficult to define to anyone's satisfaction. But
Reply Retweet Like