Monthly Archives: September 2018

Humanizing the Legends: Forged Letters

In the first several issues of Artful Dodge, there was a section titled “Forged Letters,” where famous literary figures of the past wrote to the editors and readers of our magazine. The letters contained everything from advice to criticism, briefly … Continue reading

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Shifting Seasons: Announcing Our New Reading Period and the Unveiling of Issue 54/55!

The upcoming cool months of autumn are a time of change and celebration. The leaves are turning from green to gold, Jack Frost comes to visit, and pumpkins ripen on their vines. Let the autumn season’s shifting colors inspire you! … Continue reading

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The Ghost of Lilly House Attic

  No places come without their ghosts. Lilly House, where the Artful Dodge office is stationed, is no exception, whether the ghosts are literal or metaphorical. This is most noticeable in the attic, a heavily cobwebbed space complete with crumbling … Continue reading

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Reflecting on My Own Introversion and “Solitude” by John Kooistra

As an introvert, I am familiar with the concept of solitude. My idea of the perfect Sunday is waking up late, going for a hike with my dog, working on my latest writing project, and curling up on the couch … Continue reading

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