Duende will open for submissions again on March 1, 2015.
Thank you for sharing your work!
In the meantime, stay tuned for our fresh monthly content, blog posts, and (of course) our next issue, out in March.
Thank you for your support of Duende!
Duende is the national literary journal of Goddard College's BFA program. Along with issues published twice yearly, we regularly update our website with new stories, poems, & art.
L A T E L Y :
>> CHECK OUT THE BRAND NEW CONTENT IN OUR JANUARY SPOTLIGHT:
> HOW TO MAKE BREAD PUDDING poetry by JEREMY PADEN
> NADIR SPECTRUM, MONTANA fiction by JOSH AMSES
"having clipped & collected enough crusts/soak them
in milk flavored with strawberry toothpaste/
have everyone bring something/no matter who
they are/what they’ve said/..." - Jeremy Paden
>> WHERE'S MY WILD HORSE, COME TO RESCUE ME? FLASH FICTION by JUSTIN TORRES
"I burned the boy’s stories on the balcony, in a tin trashcan. Melodramatic, but also contained, cautious, like the stories themselves, I wanted a sensation, but didn’t want to burn."
>> THREE POEMS BY EDUARDO MILÁN, TRANSLATED by JOHN OLIVER SIMON
"...what’s real is what’s shaking
when you listen to imprisoned roses grow."
>> CREATING THE UNKNOWABLE FUTURE: DUENDE EDITORS on the LAUNCH of our INAUGURAL ISSUE
>> ANNE LIU KELLOR WRITES of LANGUAGE, LOVE & BELONGING in LEARNING TO SPEAK
"In college, I wanted to be invisible. I longed to dissolve into the moss-laden trees of the forest, to slide into a room like smoke and dance through its crevices, then slip away before anyone could ask my name."
Thanks to the Gunst Foundation for its major support of Duende.
Note: This website is produced and managed by Goddard BFA students. The material
that appears on it does not represent the views of Goddard College.
DUENDE ARTWORK & LOGO DESIGN BY KORI WARING