Join us for one our #SLFAQ chats (TM) (not really) (maybe one day) on Thursday, March 1 at 9 pm eastern/6 pm pacific!
We'll be talking all things AWP, so hit us with your burning questions. Maybe you want to know where exactly you can you find us. Or perhaps you want a preview of what kind of fun delights we have in store at our booth. Or maybe you need a reminder about when our reading is. (Well, that's helpfully displayed to the left, but we'll answer it as many times as you ask because we want to...
Valentine's Day may have passed, but we at Split Lip aren't done showing the love. And boy, do we have a lot of it.
We're an online literary magazine. We love online. We love sharing your words with people who might not otherwise get to see them. We love interacting with readers and contributors, past present and future, and seeing the amazing things you continue to accomplish. We built that online.
There isn't a but or an or here. We love online journals. And we love print: the smell of paper, the per...
We kicked off our stunning February issue last week, and we're kicking off this issue's round of Fightin' Words with Joshua Jones, this month's featured flash writer. Sink into his piece, "Forty-Five Feet," enjoy his fantastic feline, and check out his take on the single best word for:
1) Your last dream: Teeth
2) The feeling you've forgotten something: Parenthood
If you'll be in Tampa for AWP (or for regular Florida reasons!) on March 9, please consider yourself cordially invited to split / infinitive, our reading and print issue launch party. We've got an amazing lineup of writers from Split Lip Press, the mag, and the print issue as well as Tatiana Ryckman, a special guest from Future Tense.
We'll be on the roof deck at Fly Bar + Restaurant, a cool mile from the convention center, serving up snacks, amazing words, and a ton of fun from 7-10.
Our January issue's featured artwork comes from Grace Gebhard, an emerging artist at the University in Michigan. We were immediately taken by her bold colors and the texture of her work. Here, she discusses the intersection of art forms and the role of influences:
1. What drew you to Split Lip? How does this month's featured image, "Rhapsody in Ultramarine Blue" speak to that?
I like to submit my work pretty regularly, which means pretty frequently exploring the interwebs for good lit blogs. Split Lip...
This month, Split Lip will be donating 50% of all proceeds from Tip Jar and expedited submissions to the Time’s Up Fund.
We also want to support writers who have pulled their work from journals for reasons related to harassment and abuse in the literary community. While we are not considering previously published work (though several journals are, such as Cotton Xenomorph and Longleaf Review), if you’ve had to pull a piece, we are offering free feedback on ANY unpublished work of your choosing -- the...