Emerging Artists • Cleaver Magazine
Cleaver’s Emerging Artists! Cleaver Magazine publishes work by writers and artists at all stages of their careers. We are especially committed to celebrating work by emerging writers and artists alongside established practitioners. We define “emerging” as young artists (under 30) or those of any age who are still in the early stages of their career. Our Emerging Artists range from teenage poets to new writers who have established careers in other disciplines. Cleaver‘s Emerging Artists have been listed among The Best American Essays and selected for republication by plain china, a national literary anthology that showcases the best undergraduate writing from across the country. If you consider yourself an Emerging Artist, feel free to identify yourself as “emerging” when you make your submission. Issue No. 26, June 2019 Geri Ulrey, Leave No Trace, Fiction Dyllan Moran, I met my long lost brother for the first time last year, Poetry Anne Price, On the Mysterious Noise Out of View … chop! chop! read more!
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