Tag Archives: Shenandoah

Mastering Mischief

“…passionate understanding, formal accomplishment, and serious mischief.” By Grace Haynes  Shenandoah displays artistic work that meets the standards of “passionate understanding, formal accomplishment, and serious mischief.” This phrase touches on each aspect of creativity a writer seeks to achieve. After … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 3 Comments

More Audible with Audacity

Audacity is a free, open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds. When the Shenandoah staff has selected the works we would like to offer audibly, we invite the writers whose work (already selected for publication) we want audio … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Working at Shenandoah

For my last blog I thought I’d talk a little about some of the things we interns have been working on for the past twelve weeks – mainly reading manuscripts sent in for the magazine. Each one of us has … Continue reading

Posted in Shenandoah | Tagged | Leave a comment

To Record or Not to Record: A Question

In the past, one of the only ways you could only hear the words spilling out of your favorite author’s mouth was if you braved the masses and attended a reading. And even though you got to see said author … Continue reading

Posted in Current Issue, Fiction, Poetry, Shenandoah | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Poetry as Place

One of the English classes I am taking this semester is Twenty-First Century Poetry: Here, Nowhere. The course is taught by the esteemed professor and poet, Lesley Wheeler who is a contributor to the current issue of Shenandoah. In Professor … Continue reading

Posted in Current Issue, Poetry, Shenandoah | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Bravo

Shenandoah’s very own editor, R. T. Smith, is a poet. But you probably already knew that. What you might not have heard is that his poem “Shades” is the poem of the week at reduxlitjournal.blogspot.com, and his poem “Within Shouting … Continue reading

Posted in News | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

@Shenandoah #AuthorsandSocialMedia

Lately in our Shenandoah Internship meetings we have been discussing the shift from print to an online medium.  We live in a world where practically everything and everyone seems to on the web, logged on, and high speed.  In this fast paced and instant gratification society one has to wonder … Continue reading

Posted in Shenandoah | Tagged , , | 3 Comments

About us Interns

Since September, Shenandoah has enjoyed the help of ten interns – and we have been lucky enough to help. This internship has been incredibly interesting and rewarding for me personally, and I think the majority of my classmates would agree. … Continue reading

Posted in Shenandoah | Tagged , | Leave a comment

An Update On Contests

Today (December 9th), we mailed notices of selection to the finalists of the 2011 Graybeal-Gowen Prize! We’ll be posting more specifics on the finalists later; while the USPS delivers whether snow or rain or gloom of night, they are not … Continue reading

Posted in Announcements, Events, News, Poetry | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Faulkner and the Necessity of Change

What would? It’s one of our favorite questions as a society. What would some dead celebrity, great thinker, or important figure think or do in a contemporary situation? What would George Washington do about moon walks? What would my grandmother … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment