We’re All Business!

We’re All Business!

April 6, 2018

Nothing makes a first impression like a business card, and it’s been a while since the team here at Scribendi updated ours. Our goal with this particular iteration of the Scribendi card was to make it very 2018. Our edition of the magazine is, in a word, bold: it features dark triangles, loud lines, and a lot of creative … Read More

Discovering Our Cover

Discovering Our Cover

April 5, 2018

“Deconstructed Face,” Elisabeth Vehling Some people believe that the hardest parts about publishing a magazine involves reading all of the submissions and choosing which ones you want to publish. Other people say that it’s copyediting the literary works and coming to an agreement between the staff and the authors. There are even those that would … Read More

It’s here, it’s real, it’s ready to rock!

It’s here, it’s real, it’s ready to rock!

March 29, 2018

Scribendi 2018! It’s here, it’s real, it’s ready to rock! Look! I even snuck a peak. The things I do for you guys… Long awaited, both for you and for us! This year’s crew and contributors have collaborated to construct a cornucopia of creative concepts in quite a cool configuration – complete with kooky columns … Read More

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

March 22, 2018

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. Sestina For My Father Michael Hansen – 2000 The    winters always start like this, the weeds that rot, that you can smell, the grass something that’s frail and dying, crisp when I wake up. My father leads me out … Read More

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

March 10, 2018

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. Harvesting Rhubarb Kimberly Walters – 1996 For Wendell Berry No Remembrance on this prepared Northern ground no pungent realization of land and season among these fixed rows Just this knife a blade in my hand each stalk yielding to … Read More

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

March 1, 2018

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. Lullaby Mei Chin Tan – Willamette University – 1991 There is a girl in our village whom the villagers avoid like a dirty disease. Someone’s mother says Xiao Ling is shameless, throwing her face away like a rotten potato. … Read More

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

February 15, 2018

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. I Can’t Believe It: I forgot to Have Children Pain Grieger- University of New Mexico -1989 I look back on my teenage years through windowpane stockings; I peer through fishnet hose at the girl I was. My hair is … Read More

Throwback Thursday

Throwback Thursday

February 1, 2018

Throwback Thursdays! We’re bringing back some of our favorite pieces from the last 30 years of Scribendi. One More Story Kimberly Walters – 1996   So, Joe the Old Liar starts telling people I’m Fruity, and everywhere l go it’s double-takes and long glances and me, not knowing, I think maybe the world’s finally noticed my … Read More