VoiceCatcher’s Winter 2013 journal is here!
We are proud to announce the publication of the Winter 2013 issue of VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices & visions.
Co-editors Ginger Duncan, Lisa Maier, Helen Puciloski and Celina Wigle as well as our Youth Editor, Joanna Rose, celebrate the diverse voices of 19 talented authors.
Our featured artist, photographer Tonia Twigger McConnell, illustrates our cover and sections. Four artists are included in this issue’s art section, each with a unique style and perspective.
Deb Scott, our Design Manager, hopes this issue is easy to navigate and showcases each distinct voice and vision.
More than 2,800 readers visited our Fall 2012 issue and we know this Winter 2013 edition will attract many more. Let us know what you think of this latest edition on VoiceCatcher.
Submission window opens soon for the Summer 2013 issue
VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices & visions opens for Summer 2013 submissions on March 15, closing April 30, 2013. We’re also excited that we will use Submittable starting with this submission period. Please find all our submission guidelines (and hints), at our journal’s submissions page.
VoiceCatcher welcomes to two new editors
Darlene Pagán and Liz Prato join Lisa Maier, Carolyn Martin and Celina Wigle as Co-editors in the Summer 2013 journal.
A professor of English, Darlene is a former VoiceCatcher assistant editor and contributor. She teaches writing and literature at Pacific University. Darlene has published a poem chapbook, Blue Ghosts (Finishing Line Press), and poems and essays in many journals, including CALYX, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Poet Lore, Hiram Poetry Review, Brevity, Lake Effect and Hawaii Pacific Review. Darlene is a member of the writer’s group Broads on the Side and enjoys hiking, biking, the beach, the rain and carnival rides now that her sons are just tall enough to ride.
Liz Prato joins the team as our prose editor. She likes stories, real and imagined. She likes writers who take chances with voice, form, and other elements she hasn’t considered. Her own stories have appeared in nearly two dozen journals and magazines, including Hayden’s Ferry Review, ZYZZYVA, Los Angeles Review, Iron Horse Literary Review and Hunger Mountain. Liz likes to learn and she likes to teach at The Attic, Willamette Writers, Oregon Writers’ Colony, Wordstock and Indigo Editing. Want to know more? Check out www.lizprato.com.