antilang. Preview: Anastasia Jill’s “Kick it”

We're coming at you with another preview with just 2 days until our antilang. launch! Anastasia Jill (Anna Keeler) is a queer poet and fiction writer living in the southern United States. She is a current editor for the Smaeralit Anthology. Her work has been published or is upcoming with Poets.org, Lunch Ticket, FIVE:2:ONE, Ambit… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Anastasia Jill’s “Kick it”

soundbite Preview: Allison Iriye’s “Can You See Me?”

Allison Iriye's bio says that she is a recent University of Calgary graduate who writes about the people in (and out) of her life. But what this fails to mention is her time spent on the Nōditorial (Nōd Magazine's editing team), where she met and worked alongside our editor Allie. Allison now spends her time chasing… Continue reading soundbite Preview: Allison Iriye’s “Can You See Me?”

On Cover Letters & Bios

Hello! As you know, antilang. is now open for submissions for issue 2. And, if you’ve clicked our submittable button, you’ll see that there’s a section for leaving a cover letter. But what does a cover letter for a literary magazine entail? If you’re just starting to send out your work, the cover letter and… Continue reading On Cover Letters & Bios

Get-to-Know-the-Editors: Jordan

He dabbles in Marxist poetry, conceptual translational poetry, and short fiction. Jordan Bolay hails from Northern Saskatchewan. He first migrated South (like an hour and a half South) to Saskatoon where he got first a BA and then an MA in English. He then moved to Calgary to pursue his PhD in English. He studies videogames,… Continue reading Get-to-Know-the-Editors: Jordan