Monthly Archives: July 2012

Submissions for the Fall 2012 Issue are Over

Hello all!

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We’re pleased and slightly sad to say that our call for submissions is over. We received some great works from budding artists, and we’re so excited to begin our reviewing process. Expect the final product within a week or two! Thank you all who believed in Yorick Magazine from the start—and those who are starting to believe now.

Cheers!

Alex

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Poe Illustration (“Murders in the Rue Morgue”) — Fritz Eichenberg

Stunned! Amazing rendition.

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Posts About Haiku:/ You Really Hate Them, But You/ Love Them Oh So Much

Here’s a great look at haiku writing from the perspective of Shelly Bryant, successful poet who revitalizes the meaning of what a haiku poem really is. “The Moment” and “The Turn” are especially important.

John Irving: The Novel as Craft

“I don’t see myself as an artist. I see myself as a craftsman.”

A short and wonderful dialogue from John Irving, author of The Cider House Rules, The Hotel New Hampshire, and many others.

source: Book Lounge