The Fall 2023 issue of The Writing Disorder online literary journal remains true to its roots in publishing works that highlight the classic art of storytelling. This issue features fiction by Jessie Atkin, Tessa Case, Courtney Chatellier, R.A. Clarke, Ben Coppin, Jessica Hwang, Mary Means, Raymond Walker; poetry by Wayne-Daniel Berard, Elizabeth Crowell, James Iovino, Cynthia Pratt, CLS Sandoval, J.R. Solonche, Scott Waller; nonfiction by Deb DeBates, Maza Guzmán, Liza Martin, Chetan Sankar, and the magical work of Italian artist Delia Ciccarelli.
The Summer 2023 issue of The Writing Disorder offers readers all new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art to keep the season going. Featured contributors include fiction by Jennifer Blake, Rozanne Charbonneau, amy g dahla, Jonas David, Brad Gottschalk, Tina Dolly Ilangoven, Paul Perilli, Ellis Shuman; poetry by George Capaccio, Beatrice Feng, Sydney Fisher, Ron Riekki, Mykyta Ryzhykh, Scott Taylor; nonfiction by Sydney Hollins-Holloway, Eric Lee, Jonathan Kruyer, Steve Schecter, Rita Stevens; and art by Maja Lindberg.
Flowers are blooming and so is the Spring 2023 issue of The Writing Disorder, budding new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art for all to enjoy! This newest online issue includes FICTION: “A Letter from the Batcave” by Charles Joseph Albert, “The Best Detective There Was” by Leila Alliu, “A Cat in a Box for Mom” by Joe Cappello, “The Best We Can” by William Cass, “Selling Out the Nation” by Stephanie Daich, “The Sad Princess” by Cara Diaconoff, “Dream On” by CL Glanzing, and “The Scarecrow Cross” by Erik Priedkalns; POETRY by Lorelei Bacht, John Cullen, Shae Krispinsky, James McKee, Sloan Porter, and David Sapp; and NONFICTION: “Zone Valves” by Graeme Hunter, “Father’s Day” by Kate E. Lore, and “What the F*ck is Going on?” by Arlene Rosales; and the art of Courtney Parsons.
The Winter 2022/23 issue of The Writing Disorder online literary magazine is now available for reading and enjoyment. To close out 2022, there are 22 contributors in this issue offering all new works: fiction by Vicki Addesso, Don Donato, Jenny Falloon, Lyle Hopwood, Doug Jacquier, Ellie May Mandell, Ed Peaco, Andrew Plattner, Judy Stanigar; poetry by Phoebe Cragon, Richard Dinges, Jr., Kristen Hoggatt-Abader, Arezou Mokhtarian, Jim Murdoch, Christina E. Petrides, Brent Short; nonfiction by Margaret King, Yolanda Wysocki, and the art of Natalie Shou. The Writing Disorder is published quarterly online with the mission to “showcase new and emerging writers – particularly those in writing programs — as well as established ones.”
Publishing in an open access online quarterly format, The Writing Disorder welcomes readers to their Fall 2022 issue featuring fiction by Don Donato, Richard Evanoff, Stephanie Greene, Christina Phillips, Em Platt, Richard Risemberg, Robert Sachs, and Dvora Wolff Rabino, poetry by Gale Acuff, C.L. Bledsoe, billy cancel, DeWitt Clinton, Mark DeCarteret, Megan Denese Mealor, and Stephanie Russell, nonfiction by Stephen Abney, and Greg Sendi, Risa Denenberg’s review of The Land of Stone and River by Claudia Putnam, and the art of R.S. Connett. Submissions of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art, reviews, interviews comic art, and experimental work are welcome year-round, and the editors add that they would like to see more poetry, long fiction, nonfiction, artwork, and interviews. So – step up writers and contribute to the disorder!
Writing Disorder online literary quarterly is on a mission to showcase new and emerging writers – particularly those in writing programs – as well as established writers. For readers, that means this newest issue offers a great blend of curated Fiction by Jennifer Benningfield, Don Donato, Jane Frances Gilles, Cecilia Kennedy, Steve Levandoski, Ed Peaco, Isabelle Stillman; Poetry by Ali Asadollahi, Christine Horner, Susan Jennifer Polese, RE DRUM cadre, M.A. Schaffner, Glen Vecchione; Nonfiction by Thomas Backer, Paul Garson, Graeme Hunter, Sara Watkins; and Art by Derek Art. Swing by and check it out, free and accessible online.
The newest issue of The Writing Disorder online literary magazine (Spring 2022) features fiction by N.J. Banerjee, Tetman Callis, Robert Collings, Lou Gaglia, Margaret E. Helms, Crystal McQueen, Adam Matson, Nancy Machlis Rechtman; poetry by Vandana Kumar, John Maurer, Stephen Mead, Paul Rabinowitz, Juanita Rey, Hoyt Rogers, Jason Visconti; nonfiction by Catherine Filloux, Jean McDonough, William T. Vandegrift, Jr., and the photography of Paul Rabinowitz [cover photo image]. All content is free to access online.
Winter is upon us and so is the new issue of The Writing Disorder. Find “Aesthetic Transmissions,” an interview with Robert Hass by George Guida; fiction by Robert Boucheron, Inez Hollander, Justin Reamer, Jeff Underwood, and more; poetry by Holly Day, Ash Ellison, Jonah Meyer, Bruce Parker, Frederick Pollack, and Kate Porter; nonfiction by Joan Frank, Donna Talarico, and Emilio Williams; and art by Nick Bryant.
The Fall 2021 issue of The Writing Disorder features fiction by Tori Bissonette, Ethan Klein, Sarah Terez Rosenblum, Marcia Bradley, Justin Meckes, Carolyn Weisbecker, Paul Garson, and Austin McLellan; poetry by Milton P. Ehrlich, Travis Stephens, Maria Marrocchino, Jordyn Taylor, Mikayla Schutte, and Kim Zach; and nonfiction by Jamie Good, Ruth Heilgeist, Graeme Hunter, and JoAnne E. Lehman. Plus art by Amy Earls and an interview with Pauline Butcher Bird. More info at The Writing Disorder website.
The summer issue includes fiction by L. Shapley Bassen, Grace Ford, David Henson, M.F. McAuliffe, and more; poetry by Carolyn Adams, J.R. Solonche, Torri Hammonds, Elizabeth Train-Brown, James Croal Jackson, and Matt Zachary; and nonfiction by Anita Kestin, Eve Müller, and more. Art by Ryan Heshka. See what else is in this issue at The Writing Disorder website.
The Spring 2021 issue of The Writing Disorder features fiction by Alison Bullock, Jennifer Makowsky, Robert Collings, Wendy Maxon, and more; poetry by R.T. Castleberry, Nicholas Karavatos, Mark DuCharme, Natasha Sharma, Hana Jabr, and John Tustin; nonfiction by Katy Wright, Riley Winchester, and Donna D. Vitucci. Art by Stewart Francis Easton.
Celebrate along with the quarterly online journal by checking out the Fall 2020 issue which features work by Lourdes Dolores Follins, Adam Anders, Ashley Inguanta, and more. Or become a part of their legacy: the editors are currently accepting work for the Winter & Spring 2020/2021 issues.
We look forward to see what else The Writing Disorder has to offer as it continues into the future.