We couldn't be happier to announce that writing from The Borders Project--a collaboration between the Sarajevo Writers' Workshop & Narrative Collective--will be serialized in EuropeNow beginning with the June issue! This work was featured in our reading last spring at the Goat Farm, and we're over the moon to share our project in its entirety over the next several months. Check out the first issue here for pieces by Stacy Mattingly, Zerina Zahirović, Kulović Selma, and L.S. McKee, with translations by Mirza Purić and photography by Vanja Čerimagić.
- Esther Lee's "Labanotation #4," appeared in Barrow Street and "The Real World is Like This" was featured in Inspired Georgia, an anthology of poems and photographs by Georgia poets and photographers (University of Georgia Press). Her interview with the Pulitzer-prize winning poet, Tracy K. Smith, appeared in the Atlanta Review. She is currently working on a novel and had a month-long residency at the Djerassi Residents Artist Program in May 2017.
- Kate Tuttle was recently named President of the National Book Critics Circle!
- L.S. McKee's poem, "Alva and the Complex Pool," appears in this year's Best New Poet's Anthology edited by Mary Szybist! Originally published and nominated by The Georgia Review, this poem, and others in her "Alva and the Beast" series were developed during her time in Narrative Collective.