After a long delay, our new issue finally has arrived! Thank you to all our contributors and to all those who submitted their work. Don’t forget to sign up for our email list so you never miss the latest release!
Thank you for waiting patiently as we prepare our Winter 2022 issue. We made the decision to push this volume into January due to the number of submissions we received and due to the vicissitudes of life. We are making our final selections and hope to have the issue out by the end of January… Read More Winter 2022 Forthcoming
Thank you to Meghan Privitello for judging our first poetry contest. Read the mini issue featuring the winning poem, “Mermaids,” by Ingrid L. Taylor, whom he also feature in an interview, along with the two other poems that made it to our final round by clicking here.
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Congratulations to Ingrid L. Taylor! Her poem “Mermaids” is the winner of this year’s Punt Volat Award for Poetry. Also, congratulations to runners-up Pamela Sumners and Deborah Kelly. The three poets will be featured in a forthcoming special issue of Punt Volat. Thank you to all who submitted. Whether your work finds a home with… Read More First Annual Punt Volat Award for Poetry Winner
We are pleased to announce the three poems that made it to our final round. They are: Metabolic – Deborah Kelly Tenses – Pamela Sumners Mermaids – Ingrid L. Taylor Thank you to all who submitted. If you were not a finalist, we wish you the best of luck placing your poems elsewhere. We appreciated… Read More First Annual Punt Volat Award for Poetry Finalists
The Punt Volat Award for Poetry includes a $75 award (US dollars, to be converted if necessary) and featured publication in the journal with a brief interview. We accept submissions of up to six poems in English, Castellano, Català, or Deutsch. Depending on the quality of submissions, we will select either one poem or a… Read More First Annual Punt Volat Award for Poetry
We dedicate this issue to the late Roberta Chorlton, who is survived by her spouse, the poet David Chorlton. We are pleased to announce the takeoff of flight PV 3. In this issue: David Chorlton challenges us to consider the cost of mangos, accompanied by the late Roberta Chorlton. Roberta Gates evaluates the psychology of a Nazi war criminal.… Read More PV 3: Winter 2020
We are proud to present a special issue of our journal, featuring the award-winning story Swiss Watch by Marc Joan, selected by our guest judge, the award-winning author, screenwriter, and creative writing instructor Marc Nieson. We also include an interview with Marc Joan. The issue also features the work of the the other finalists, as… Read More First Annual Spencer A. Parker Memorial Award Special Issue