Environmental Writing & Art Feature Begins!
Today we launch this fall’s special feature, highlighting environmentally themed writing and visual art across Aquifer: The Florida Review Online and our upcoming print issue 44.2. This feature serves to highlight and celebrate the establishment of our Humboldt Poetry Prize for Environmental Writing.
Twice weekly through the end of December, we will be publishing a different piece of environmental work on Aquifer; our print issue features similarly themed work, alongside our usual eclectic mix of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and graphic narrative. Please consider subscribing to our print magazine if you haven’t already, and check back here as pieces are published on Aquifer every Monday and Wednesday through the end of December.
Schedule of literary features & book reviews to appear in Aquifer (this list will be updated with links on a rolling basis as pieces go live):
Nov. 9: “Notes on Pet Monkeys and How to Manage Them,” Bethany Schultz Hurst
Nov. 11: “Long Marriage” (Parable of the Skull), Doug Ramspeck
Nov. 16: “King Speaking,” Jennifer Perry Steinorth + Richard Widerkehr reviews Patricia Hooper’s Wild Persistence
Nov. 19: “Invasive,” John Sibley Williams + Daniel Lassell interviews Williams
Nov. 23: Two poems, Kimberly Quiogue Andrews + Jada Reyes reviews Andrews’ latest book
Nov 25. “To the Elk,” Jack Cubria
Nov. 30: “Life and Food,” Nayoung Jin + Richard Widerkehr reviews Joseph Strout’s Everything That Rises
Dec. 2: Two poems, John-Michael Bloomquist
Dec. 7: “The Murder Hornet,” Margot Douaihy + Collin Callahan reviews Allison Adair’s The Clearing
Dec. 9: “Evolution Kit,” Mirri Glasson-Darling
Dec. 14: Two poems, Okwudili Nebeolisa
Dec. 16: Three poems, Kelli Agodon
Dec. 21. “The Future is Trashion,” Julie Martin
Dec. 23: Two poems, David Keplinger
Schedule of visual art:
Nov. 9: David Sapp
Nov. 23: Herlinde Spahr
Dec. 7: Lionel Cruet
Dec. 14: Philana Oliphant
Dec. 21: D.C. Lamothe