The Arkansas International Launches 10th Issue

The Arkansas International Issue Ten

The Arkansas International Issue Ten

To celebrate the launch of their 10th issue, The Arkansas International literary magazine will host a weeklong virtual reading series via Instagram Live.

Contributors to issue 10 will read selections from their poetry, fiction, essays and translated works. 

Readings will begin at 8 p.m. from today to Friday, April 9-16. The Arkansas International's Instagram page can be found at instagram.com/thearkint.

Questions may be directed to outreach@arkint.org. 

Launched by the U of A Program in Creative Writing and Translation, The Arkansas International is published biannually and considers previously unpublished fiction, poetry, essays, comics and works in translation. Issues and subscriptions are available for purchase online at www.arkint.org/store.

Founded in 1966, the U of Ar Program in Creative Writing and Translation in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences consistently ranks in the top 40 M.F.A. programs nationwide, according to Poets & Writers magazine. The Atlantic Monthly named the U of A among the "Top Five Most Innovative" M.F.A. programs in the nation. Noteworthy graduates include Barry Hannah, C.D. Wright, Lucinda Roy and Nic Pizzolatto.

Contacts

Jane V. Blunschi, assistant director, Program in Creative Writing and TranslationP
Department of English
479-575-4301, mfa@uark.edu

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