The Postscript Journal is a national nonprofit literary journal for high school and college students, looking for the strong, strange, and beautiful in pieces of poetry, flash fiction, and creative... More > nonfiction.
Many thanks to our lovely contributors and editing board, made up of a large array of nationally-recognized, accolade-bearing young writers with bright voices.< Less
Presenting the electric, the breathy, the risky in poetry and prose from across the world, by talented high school and college writers.
This issue also contains a Burmese Feature, each piece... More > elliptical, musical. We had the privilege of working with fourteen renowned writers; now we invite you to peruse this collection--to dock, to step onto the pier, to explore this new world of rapturous lyricism:
“just like papayas on a tree / many ships have landed / at the coffee table in the café // another ship / slung a river over his shoulder // they have turned the tables / into a harbour.”
In addition, author of Snowmen Losing Weight Noah Falck writes, "The writing is surprising, bright, and mysterious. It weaves playfulness and experimentation, but also gives the reader moments both frightening and sincere. Inside the pages we are told, “the lake eats people.” This issue could work as a sort of lake, a lake that you’d be happy to be swallowed by."
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The Postscript Journal is a literary publication founded in 2012, offering high school and college students the opportunity to publish their work in an in-print national journal. An entirely... More > student-run, in-print international publication, Postscript publishes issues quarterly.
As a collective, Postscript looks to find the electric—regarding subject matter in an unusual, moving way. The breathy, risky, strange; the insanely elliptical or the rapturously lyrical. The Postscript Journal aims to output a literary magazine of pieces that have never been seen before.
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