BY CHIDELIA EDOCHIE Sycamore Review will be all over this year’s Association of Writers and Writing Programs 2011 Conference. Well, not all over, but you can definitely find us at Table G13, hawking subscriptions for $13 a piece, plus a free issue with your purchase! We’ll also be selling our new collection of craft interviews, … Continue reading See you’se at AWP 2011!
BY CHIDELIA EDOCHIE When reading and choosing manuscripts that ultimately make it into any edition of Sycamore, our editors spend a great deal of time discussing—and arguing for—the merits of the pieces they loved: Poetry Editor Josh Wild memorizes his favorites, then drops freestyle raps with lines from those poems whenever it gets too quiet … Continue reading “Why we chose it”: A new thing
Big changes at Sycamore Review this year! We have a new fiction editor, Conor Broughan, a new non-fiction editor, Chidelia Edochie, and, when our reading period begins on August 1st, we will be accepting submissions via our new online submission manager. Switching to online submissions will make us a much more efficient journal. It will … Continue reading Online Submissions!
BY CHIDELIA EDOCHIE, NONFICTION EDITOR Sefi Atta was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and is a novelist, playwright, and short story writer. She is the winner of the PEN International’s 2004/2005 David TK Wong Prize, and in 2006 her debut novel Everything Good Will Come was awarded the inaugural Wole Soyinka Prize for Literature in Africa. … Continue reading 5 Questions with Sefi Atta
Chidelia Edochie lived and wrote in the southern Chinese city of Guǎngzhōu for almost 2 years before making the move to West Lafayette, Indiana, where Sycamore Review is headquartered. She originally hails from Stone Mountain, Georgia, then lived in New York City during her undergraduate years, and ultimately settled in China, making her a rather rootless … Continue reading Introducing Nonfiction Editor Chidelia Edochie