The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived! The new and improved Segullah literary journal is here!

In the January issue, headed up by Prose Editor Holly Baker and Poetry Editor Lara Niedermeyer, we are delighted to feature thoughtful, funny essays and poems. While  Joni Neal’s essay, “The Strength to Laugh at Flour,” resonated particularly with me, since I, too, have been known to fall asleep sitting up at the end of a long day with small children, but the feeling of being completely wrung out is a universal that we relate to regardless of circumstance.

Melonie Cannon’s new poem “Sacred Geometry” makes shapes and figures seem accessible and familiar to even the most stalwart math phobes. While Sharlee Glenns’ “Mimesis Upended: A Reluctant Nod to Mr. Wilde” and Karen McKnight Findlay’s “nervous (happily)” are greats from our archives.

We plan to update our content monthly, so click on over to the literary journal and find plently more of Segullah to love!

Shelah

(Co-Editor-in-Chief) teaches English at BYU and French at a Salt Lake City middle school. She has an addiction to her Audible account, hates making dinner, and embraces the chaos of life with a husband, six kids, a dog, a lizard and four rabbits.

3 Comments

  1. Emily M.

    January 11, 2013

    Hooray! Thank you to everyone who has worked so hard on this new iteration of the journal. I’m looking forward to reading the essay, and I hope everyone enjoys the poetry.

  2. Heather B

    January 11, 2013

    I love some great new stuff, and I ADORE seeing the classics again that many missed in our early print issues…can’t wait to see it all!

  3. Blue

    January 12, 2013

    Fantastic! Especially the reintroduction of past writing that might have been missed. I love this place!

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