Book Party for Home Front Lines by Brenda Sparks Prescott

Solstice Lit Mag Night Riffs: A Reading and Music Series featuring musical guests Roy Nathanson & Aidan Scrimgeour and Duo Paloma

Annual Literary Contest

$1,000 Fiction Prize, judge: Whitney Scharer. $500 Stephen Dunn Poetry Prize, judge: Tim Seibles. $500 Michael Steinberg Nonfiction Prize, judge: David Mura. $500 Graphic Lit Prize, judge: Franklin Einspruch. 

FALL/WINTER 2020 Print Issue

This issue appears in the time of a pandemic. Also, it’s the time of the winter solstice, a transitional period of regeneration, renewal and self-reflection.

 

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Solstice Literary Magazine is proud to have published Baron Wormser’s essay Hannah Arendt in New York,” which is included  in The Best American Essays 2018! This essay exemplifies our ten-year commitment to promoting diversity in its many forms in literature and photography.


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April 5-May 25, 2021!

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Solstice Night Riffs: A Reading and Music Series presents:
Book Party for Home Front Lines
by Brenda Sparks Prescott
Friday, May 21, 7-8pm ET
Learn more


Please consider donating to Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, who has outlined their response to the COVID crisis with the BHCHP COVID-19 Response Fund.

 

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