Celebrate Poetry Month with Apogee!
Join Apogee Journal as we celebrate the magic of reading and writing poetry for the full month of April. This month, we’ll be featuring regular writing prompts, a reading by... Read More
Announcing Apogee Issue 15
Apogee Issue 15 features work by Kimberly Alidio, Hari Alluri, LaKela Brown, Dannielle Bowman, Bryan Byrdlong, Jade Cho, Chantal Feitosa, Jenna Gribbon, Karen Gu, Joselia Rebekah Hughes, Maryam Kazeem, Mihee... Read More
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.
A Very Apogee Gift Guide
As the holidays approach, in conjunction with Giving Tuesday, we at Apogee Journal are coming at you with a Gift Guide! To learn more about us and the work we... Read More
Writing from the Inside Out: A Roundtable on AfroSurrealism
A Conversation with Boots Riley, Opal Moore, Kyla Marshell, and Jeffery Renard Allen