eunice andrada · interview · Publication · Uncategorized

A Warning!

For some reason, I thought the title of this post would be compelling, but it’s actually not what this post is about.

I took the “warning” part from the theme of cahoodaloodaling’s newly released Trigger Warning issue, in which I appear! This is the magazine that accepted my interview for publication (and there will be a few more interviews to come). You can find a link to the PDF at their website. I’m on page 23-24. It’s also worth taking a look at Eunice Andrada’s spoken word video, Pacific Salt, on YouTube, which you’re also linked to in the issue.

Trigger Warning issue screenshot

If poetry is more your thing, you’ll find the work of Simon Perchik, Jennifer Parks, Alison Rumfitt, Ryder Collins, Liz Dolan and the work of many other poets.

For fiction and nonfiction-eers: Krista Cox, Lilian-Leader Williams, Melina Coogan, Lisa Chavez, and Carissa L. Stevens, among others…

And we mustn’t forget the art viewers: we have some interesting art by Sophia Jakab, Jack Savage, Sally Deskins, Marta Djekic, and Melissa Eleftherion, among others.

I must, of course, extend a huge thanks to Raquel Thorne, Managing Editor of cahoodaloodaling… she helped- along with many other wonderful people- to put a lot of work into this essentially book-length issue of provocative works of art. She can never receive enough credit. You can get links to Raquel’s poetry and learn more about her at her website.

I’m extremely proud to have been a part of cahoodaloodaling’s 20th issue.

Like this post if you liked it. You can follow my website via WordPress as well as on Facebook or Twitter.

If you’re a writer looking to get your work out there, I run a literary magazine called The Drowning Gull. I’m especially enthusiastic about discovering emerging writers (and will consider just about anything)

Zoetic Press, for which I work as an associate editor, is also always seeking submissions related to our issue themes. We’re currently seeking submissions related to L.M. Montgomery’s “Anne of Green Gables”, as well as “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and Arthur Conan Doyle’s “A Study in Scarlet (Sherlock Holmes)”. Deadlines will come up quickly, so get your submissions in!

Thanks for reading!


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