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Writers with Soul
Need to put a little lyrical pep in your step as you saunter into 2016? Here are two poets you can feel good about. Monique A. Gordon’s syllabic hops and bobbles move through time and nostalgic space to a place of warmth in “Mystery Man.”...
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Dec 10 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
A Superior Remix of that Divide: An Interview with Asali Solomon
Because we'd both been invited to a small, impromptu holiday gathering, I first met Asali Solomon about a year ago over drinks and a game of Jenga. The mutal friend, a doctor, had previously mentioned to me that her friend, Asali, was also a writer...
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Jul 10 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
Where's the Love Philadelphia?
Dyana and I sat outside of The Green Line Cafe, right on the shoulders of Clark Park, in West Philadelphia. We’d been talking about how “Where’s the Love Philadelphia” was one of the first projects she truly connected with in a long time. Her...
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On Jasmine's Comb's "Night Child"
Jasmine Combs is a West Philadelphia native. She currently attends Temple University where she studies English with a focus in Creative Writing. She is a member of Babel Poetry Collective, managing editor of Hyphen Literary and Arts Magazine, and...
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Jul 10 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
“Ritornello”: A Collaboration by Arlene Ang & Valerie Fox
Apiary Co-Founder, Lillian Dunn, interviews Arlene Ang and Valerie Fox about their collaborative poetic effort, "Ritornello," which was one of Apiary's winning STUNG contest pieces.   Lillian: Tell me a bit about your individual writing...
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