Tag Archive: Work Literary Magazine


Submission tips–donuts, Ella, submerging


Hey there. Can you believe February is almost over? It’s a short month and here in Chicago we experienced an especially Spring-y spell. I’ve had the cold congestion crud that’s being passed around these days. Hope you have been staying healthy. Here are some unique sounding calls for submissions, etc. Donuts. That’s the subject of …

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Mother’s Day

First page of Caroliine Begrvall "From Drift" published in May Poetry

Happy Mother’s Day. This past week, the weather in Chicago has been extreme. Monday night we wore gloves. Thursday was in the 90s. The spring plants are late; some tulips just now blooming. The flowering trees are coming into their own. So far today’s weather in Chicago is near perfect. I don’t know if it’s …

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News from contributors: Levine, Boyle, Bass, Meno, Somlo, Kirk, Bottiglieri, Beals

Solace in So Many Words contributors have been busy.  Here’s a look at what they have been up to. Philip Levine has a poem “The Future” in the January 6 issue of The New Yorker, which begins this way, “The past is no more past / than the future,” and ends “but the day kept …

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