CURRENT ISSUE SPRING 2018
Below is our incredible Spring 2018 anthology issue.
We will be reading again in May 2018.
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ABOUT NINE MILE MAGAZINE
Our mission is to publish great writing and artwork, with a special focus on Central New York.
We publish twice a year, in the Spring and in the Fall.
Our name comes from Nine Mile Creek, a 25-mile long waterway formed 14,000 years ago by glaciers in our region. Like our namesake creek, Nine Mile is varied and surprising,
with different writings and arts coming together to form a cohesive whole.
The magazine is one part of our effort. We also produce
the Talk About Poetry Blog and podcasts on iTunes or at Soundcloud, where working poets engage in a freewheeling discussion of poems that interest us. Our book series is linked above, and books are available here, and on Amazon.
For poetry submit 4 – 6 poems in word or text formats, no PDF.. Please look at our format before you submit. We include artist’s bios, pictures, and aesthetic statements to help the reader encountering your work for the first time. We do not accept essays, reviews, video / motion based art, or Q&A’s at this time.
Submissions should be done via email to: email@example.com
MEET OUR EDITORS
Editor/Founder of Nine Mile is Bob Herz, an MFA graduate of the University of Iowa Writers Workshop, author of two books of poetry, former editor of Seneca Review and the Hobart & William Smith College Press, and various business and general newspapers. He worked for some years for the State Legislature, where he authored the Arts & Cultural Affairs Law, the NYS Poet and Fiction awards, the Elderlaw, and many others. He is married and lives in LaFayette, NY.
Andrea Scarpino, author of the poetry collections Once Upon Wing Lake (Four Chambers Press, 2017), What the Willow Said as it Fell (Red Hen Press, 2016) and Once, Then (Red Hen Press, 2014). She received a PhD in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University, and an MFA from The Ohio State University. She has published in numerous journals, and she served as Poet Laureate of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula 2015-2017. Her upcoming edited anthology is Undocumented: Great Lakes Poets Laureate on Social Justice (MSU Press, 2018).
Editor emeritus is Whitney Daniels, a BFA graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in Communications Design and owner of WRKDesigns, a full service surface pattern and graphic design studio in Syracuse, NY. She is a member of the Junior League of Syracuse, Near Westside Initiative Business Association, Syracuse First, and Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Her designs and handmade products have been featured in The Post-Standard, Syracuse Woman Magazine, Syracuse New Times, and Salt City Magazine. Her eco-friendly handmade products (jewelry, accessories, and home decor items), are available on her Etsy Shop as well as various craft fairs throughout the year. Ms. Daniels is responsible for the look and feel of the magazine, and its blog.
Co-editor/publisher is Stephen Kuusisto, author of the memoirs Planet of the Blind (a New York Times “Notable Book of the Year”) and Eavesdropping: A Memoir of Blindness and Listening and of the poetry collections Only Bread, Only Light, and Letters to Borges. A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and a Fulbright Scholar, he has taught at the University of Iowa, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, and Ohio State University. He currently teaches at Syracuse University where he holds a professorship in the Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability Studies. He is a frequent speaker on disability and diversity issues around the US and abroad.
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