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Artful Dodge Contributor Lynn Powell’s Award Winning Book To Be Published This Fall

Over the course of its 30 plus years of existence, Artful Dodge has been proud to feature a variety of writers, both emerging talents and seasoned professionals. One such writer is Lynn Powell, poet and creative writing professor at Oberlin … Continue reading

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A New Type of March Madness: Announcing Our Next Reading Period

Before the cruel mud of April, the Artful Dodge is falling down the rabbit hole–and hoping there’s plenty of great literature to land on. (Perhaps we’ll find ourselves delighted to land on yours especially). We will be accepting submissions from March … Continue reading

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Theater of the Oppressed

One of the things I love about the Artful Dodge is that we don’t discriminate between the many literary genres that have continued to exist. Since our very first issue, published way back in the late 70s, the Dodge has … Continue reading

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An Interview with Terry Tempest Williams

At Artful Dodge, we often have the wonderful opportunity to sit down and talk with the best of American writers. The following conversation took place on November 17, 2005, between Daniel Bourne, our editor-in-chief, and Terry Tempest Wiliams. At that time Williams … Continue reading

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What’s there in a name?

From Artful Dodge 40/41, we bring to you: Naming It by Margaret Gibson A low sound. More clear when I do not name it. Dove the mind says anyway Back-lit, bright against a blue so clear it resists greed altogether the … Continue reading

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Who? What? Why?!

Originally posted on A World of Words:
If you know me well, or at all, or even from the title of this blog, you can tell that I’m a logophile. What’s a logophile, you ask? Why, it’s a very rarely…

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War and Peace and Me: Daniel Bourne

In 2008, Barnwood Press on Seattle, Washington published the second volume of Poet’s Bookshelf, a unique and extraordinary anthology edited by Peter Davis and Tom Koontz. The book features short write-ups by one hundred and one contemporary poets as they list and talk about … Continue reading

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