Periodically we ask a contributor from The Fourth River to reflect back on their published piece, offering insight into their process, tracing the trajectory of the work, or telling some tangentially relevant story about it. Today’s reflection is by Jill
Come into the Booth -by Amanda Long, The Fourth River Staff Booth magazine was established in 2009 at Butler University, a private university in Indianapolis, Indiana. The journal’s staff is comprised of MFA fellows and students in Butler’s graduate writing
Right-Brained, Left-Brained -by Faith Cotter, The Foruth River staff “And one day I will be a doctor, and a patient will learn that I’ve been using pubescent mnemonics to memorize the adrenal cortex.” —from “Syndrome of an Imposter,” by Aryan
Listen to Issue O.1 contributor, Lori Jakiela, read the title essay to her forthcoming memoir, Belief is Its Own Kind of Truth, Maybe.
Listen to issue O.1 contributor, Jim Daniels, read poems from our launch party last fall!
Listen to Issue O.1 contributor, Jan Beatty, read poems from our launch party last fall!
An Alternative Perspective -by Timothy Connor, Associate Editor, The Fourth River I’m not typically a fan of contemporary poetry (largely because many free verse and prose poems read more like short stories and often tend to lack a lyrical quality
I’ll Be Brief –Alyse Richmond, The Fourth River Staff Established in March of 2012 by NYU Creative Writing M.F.A. students, Bodega Magazine – dubbed “Your Literary Corner Store” – is a monthly online literary journal that features fiction, non-fiction, poetry,
Eat Your Meat –by associate editor, Sharla Yates noun: tenderloin; plural noun: tenderloin 1. the tenderest part of a loin of beef, pork, etc., taken from under the short ribs in the hindquarters. 2. North American informal a district of
Shining a light on some of our favorite publications It’s All Folk –by Corey Florindi, Managing Editor, The Fourth River When it comes to my artistic passions, poetry and editing do not stand alone. For as long as I can