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Tab Poets: News

Two of Brian Satrom‘s poems appeared in the March 2015 issue of Tab Journal. Now, “From Within” and “Farther Than I Thought” are part of his first book, Starting Again.

page of a poetry book

Genevieve Kaplan‘s new book, (aviary), is now available. Genevieve is the Guest Curator for the 2020 Tabula Poetica reading series. Her poetry first appeared in Tab Journal n the March 2016 issue and also appeared in the September 2017 issue, when she was a visiting poet in the Tabula Poetica series. She started teaching at Chapman University the following year.

Jen Karetnick, whose poem appears in the July 2020 issue (current issue), wrote a humorous piece for Submittable titled “Disgruntled Student Who Never Attended Online Composition Course Evaluates Professor Via Her Bitmoji.”

Katherine E. Young‘s poem also appeared in the July 2020 issue. She recently appeared on Accents Radio Show to talk with Katerina Stoykova about translation. A review of a book Katerina translated appeared in the July 2017 issue of Tab Journal.

Tab staffer Tryphena Yeboah had a second short story published by Narrative this summer. She also wrote about her first experience protesting in the United States. Her poetry chapbook is available for pre-order and ships on September 8; it’s part of the New-Generation African Poets boxed set from Akashic Books.

first page of an essay by Anna Leahy

Tab staffer Jason Thornberry, a musician himself, wrote about musician Junior Murvin and police brutality for Dissident Voice this summer.

Tab Editor Anna Leahy won the 2018 Nonfiction Award from Los Angeles Review. A Brief Encyclopedia of My Mother’s Cancer” was published online this summer.

Tab Creative Director Claudine Jaenichen is working with FEMA to develop accessible visual tools for communication information about COVID-19. Her talk “Visual + Effective Communication for Emergency Information” is available on YouTube.

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