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APIARY X: Submissions Open!
We're thrilled to announce that submissions are open for APIARY X! APIARY X is the culmination of a decade of writing, reading, publishing, dancing, and living in a shifting, evolving literary city. In this issue, we want you to mark your spot on...
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Jun 17 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
Fitting In: An Interview with Gabriel Ojeda-Sague
Late this Spring, APIARY had the pleasure of interviewing Gabriel Ojeda-Sague about his newest book from The Operating System, Jazzercise is a Language. What follows is a trimmed transcription of that conversation, and you can also listen to the...
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Jan 27 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
An Interview with Husnaa Hashim, Philadelphia Youth Poet Laureate
Every year, one outstanding poet in our city is named the next Youth Poet Laureate of Philadelphia. This distinction is awarded to a youth poet whose work shines on the page and in the community at large, demonstrating excellence not only in their...
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Jan 8 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
New Ways of Seeing Known Things: A Conversation with Raquel Salas Rivera
The news has broken, and for once, it’s good: RAQUEL SALAS RIVERA has been chosen as our next Philadelphia Poet Laureate. We at APIARY could not be happier about this announcement! Raquel’s contributions to the Philadelphia poetry community are...
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A Poet's Resolutions/Revolutions
To say 2017 was a tumultuous year is a vast understatement. Our news cycle seems to spit out one fiery, divisive meteor after another. Political turmoil and scandal aside, 2017 was a monumental year for poetry in Philadelphia. Poets are creating...
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