Hello everyone! It is our pleasure to present the Spring 2016 Issue of Anamesa. Check it out here! Thank you to all the contributors and staff for your hard work!
Hello everyone! It is our pleasure to present the Fall 2015 Issue of Anamesa. Check it out here! Thank you to all the contributors and staff for your hard work!
Hello everyone! It is my pleasure to present the Spring 2015 Issue of Anamesa. Please view or download it here. Thank you to all the contributors and staff for your […]
Our latest issue is now available for viewing as a PDF. Click here to check it out!
Kerry Hill is currently pursuing her MFA in fiction at Oregon State University. She was born in Atlanta, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from Agnes Scott […]
Nick Greer lives in Tucson where he’s pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of Arizona. We are thrilled to have his piece “Bloodline” in Anamesa Spring 2014: Bloodline Nick Greer […]
Marci Vogel is a native of Los Angeles, where she attends USC’s PhD Program in Literature and Creative Writing as a Provost’s Fellow. Her poetry has been twice nominated for […]
Jonathan Morgan is a student of religion and psychology pursuing a PhD at Boston University. His interests range broadly but always return to a deep fascination with what curious and […]
On behalf of the editorial team of Anamesa, welcome to our online site. Anamesa is an interdisciplinary graduate student Journal, based out of NYU and with an editorial team formed […]
Hello All! The final proofs have been sent to the printer and we’ll be having the launch party for the journal next Thursday, May 5 at 8:30 pm. In a change […]
Anamesa is now accepting submissions for our Spring 2016 issue. This semester’s theme is Convergence. Last semester, our theme was “Points of Departure,” with an eye toward the opening up of […]
Oh ye of little BAC! Our semesterly kick-off social draws near, just in time to make you feel warm in the cold! Join us in welcoming the 2016 semester at […]
Anamesa is now accepting submissions for our Fall 2015 issue. This semester’s theme is Points of Departure. Points of departure—places and times where/when things could have become otherwise—have been explored […]