Do Not Censor Us: An Open Letter
The Michigan Department of Corrections rejected the latest issue of Apogee from getting to incarcerated contributors because they claimed it "promotes violence." We call for an end to arbitrary censorship of artistic material in prisons and jails, and stand in solidarity with those struggling to be free in body, mind, and spirit.
The Anti-Poetry of Salvador Villanueva
I found Villanueva to be ahead of his time, working a craft that would be called “meta-modern” by some, an innovative style in which the reader participates in the process of the author’s work. I was immediately taken by its apparent simplicity, which caused his work to stand apart from most of the poetry I knew from my island. I would later find out that he was ahead of his time in the art of letters in Puerto Rico.
Apogee Journal Issue 11: Call for Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry
The reading period for Apogee’s all-digital issue is officially open today, and we can’t be more excited to read your fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. Share your work with us by... Read More
Editor’s Toolkit For Resistance and Resilience
We at Apogee, like most of our community, are deeply troubled by this week’s election. We sense the resentment and bigotry targeted at so many in our community, and we... Read More
AWP, Apogee, & Inclusivity
As editors and writers who value marginalized voices, we at Apogee continually re-examine the role of institutions in facilitating dialogue and ensuring representation. The yearly AWP conference is one such... Read More