The Artwork of Kathleen Lolley

By Adam Lefton, Managing Editor Kathleen Lolley’s artwork is suffused with dark magic. Flowers bloom from the hollowed out faces of a donkey and a girl. A tree bleeds from an arrow’s wound. A swarm of moth-like owls with beady eyes hides in a tree stump. We love the world her work inhabits, a kind … Continue reading The Artwork of Kathleen Lolley

Don’t Forget: Last Day to Submit to the 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction

By Adam Lefton, Managing Editor Did you wake up today thinking there was something you’d forgotten to do? You probably did. Writers are a forgetful lot. Fortunately, we here at Sycamore Review are working hard to remember for you: today’s the deadline for the 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction. Aimee Bender will be judging, and the winner will … Continue reading Don’t Forget: Last Day to Submit to the 2012 Wabash Prize for Fiction