Contributor Dorsey Craft on her poetry collection Plunder
Shenandoah’s contributors respond to a request for a song that inspires their work and share the reasons why
Contributor stephanie roberts on her poetry collection, rushes from the river disappointment
The concept of hot-girl-as-springbok gives Grace Arenas the inspiration for a poem at the intersection of entertainment and sonic discovery.
In this feature piece, Lucy Scott, Denice Gravenstijn, and Annemarie Toebosch recap highlights from their interview with author Vamba Sherif, in which he discusses his life, his short story “Flame Trees,” and his forthcoming memoir.
Marisa P. Clark contextualizes her novel excerpt from the spring 2020 issue.
I wrote the first draft of “Almanac for Nonbelievers” at a borrowed kitchen table in Vermont, staring out at the ridge above a neighboring field. I grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia but have spent most of my adult life in coastal New England. I was happy to be back in a place where mountains […]
Morgan Talty on the origin of his short story, “Earth, Speak”
Jeannine Pitas’s photo essay crafts a place of entry into the world of one of Uruguay’s most beloved poets.
Comics contributor Miriam Libicki talks with Shenandoah comics editor Chris Gavaler on residency life in Angoulême and the arc of her evolving graphic memoir project.