Monday, November 18, 2019

Pushcart Prize Nomination Announcement!

Bloodroot Literary Magazine is pleased to announce this year’s Pushcart Prize nominations: 

April Bernard
Tree-Crazy
"Such hap as I am happed in"

James Washington, Jr.
Gentry
Grandmother in a Lightning Storm

Rebecca Siegel
The Bullet
Feral

Submissions Open Through Dec 15


Friday, November 23, 2018

PUSHCART PRIZE NOMINATION ANNOUNCEMENT

Bloodroot Literary Magazine is pleased to announce this year’s Pushcart Prize nominations:
Rebecca Siegel for “One Sunday in March”
Vassiki Chauhan for “Do Cats Contemplate Suicide?”
Ivy Schweitzer for “Scientific Basis of Us”
Giavanna Munafo for “CHECK PANTY-LINE”
Gary Lenhart for “Be That as It May”
Kimberly Kruge for “ENUMERATION AT THE IMMIGRATION OFFICE”

Exciting author updates:
  • Rebecca Siegel’s book RIVERS AND STREAMS has just hit the shelves of your local bookstore. I can’t imagine a better holiday book for the curious child in your family!
  • Kimberly Kruge has a book of poems forthcoming from Carnegie Mellon University Press called ORDINARY CHAOS. Look for it in the spring!
  • Gary Lenhart will be reading in the Dia Foundation poetry series in New York City in December with poet Deborah Garrison, author of A Working Girl Can't Win and Second Child. Details here: https://diaart.org/program/calendar/deborah-garrison-and-gary-lenhart-poetry-reading-2018-12-04/main/717

Please note, Bloodroot submissions for the 2019 issue close on December 31st. Thank you for trusting us with your work.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Submissions are open!



Welcome James E. Dobson!

Bloodroot is committed to a rotating editorial team. This year we
welcome James E. Dobson, a scholar of nineteenth and twentieth-century
American literature and digital studies. He has assisted with the
publication of the past three volumes of Bloodroot by typesetting the
text and is excited to now help select the content. He is the author
of several academic articles and two books, Modernity and
Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America: Literary Representations
of Communication and Transportation Technologies (Palgrave, 2017) and
Critical Digital Humanities: The Search for a Methodology (Univ. of
Illinois Press, forthcoming). He has written about technology and
literary studies and computational methods for the past fifteen years
and has just begun a new project addressing the development of
computer vision. Dobson will be reading all of our non-fiction and
essay submissions, as well as the proposals for experimental forms or
digital projects.