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We have rescheduled our 75th anniversary events, and will now be celebrating with five free online readings. These live events will feature the authors who contributed to our 75th anniversary issue and will take place on August 26, September 30, October 28, November 25 and December 9 at 6:00 pm EST. For more information on how to register for the free readings click here!
The Fiddlehead wishes continued good health to everyone!
Kevin Heslop's poetry will be featured in the upcoming Summer issue of The Fiddlehead. He is the author of there is no minor violence just as there is no negligible cough during an aria (Frog Hollow, 2019) and the forthcoming collection the correct fury of your why is a mountain (Gordon Hill, 2021). Read more to find out what Kevin is reading!
The Fiddlehead's 2020 Poetry contest is now open and we're excited to announce that Jenna Lyn Albert, Adèle Barclay, and Canisia Lubrin are the talented poets who will be judging this year's submissions!
Cynthia Hogue has published nine poetry collections, including Revenance (2014) and In June the Labyrinth (2017). Her co-translations include Nathalie Quintane’s Jeanne Darc and Nicole Brossard’s Lointaines (forthcoming, Omnidawn), both with Sylvain Gallais. She is the Inaugural Marshall Chair in Poetry Emerita Professor of English at Arizona State University. Her poem after the war the house lay in ruins will appear in the upcoming Summer issue no. 284 of The Fiddlehead. Click here to subscribe!
Read more to find out which book inspires Cynthia!