Ploughshares

Ploughshares

@pshares

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Since 1971, award-winning journal @EmersonCollege discovering fresh voices in contemporary literature. Published four times a year; new writing daily on blog.

Boston, MA
Joined on April 14, 2009
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57. in country United States and category Books

170. in category Books

Ploughshares
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With print, digital, and web formats, Ploughshares is constantly trying to be at the top of our game. Let us know how we’re doing by filling out our 2020 reader survey: https://t.co/LFUkGavNQt

"While the late justice Antonin Scalia delighted in writing opinions filled with pithy sentences and clever wordplay...[Ruth Bader] Ginsburg, following her English professor’s advice, preferred to choose her words carefully and for maximum impact." https://t.co/JkbNZcub8M

"One of my favorite little known facts about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is that she was a student in Vladimir Nabokov’s European Literature class at Cornell when she was an undergraduate in the 1950s." https://t.co/JkbNZcub8M

Carefully Chosen Words: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Vladimir Nabokov https://t.co/JkbNZcub8M https://t.co/0TNDFRoPXA

Carefully Chosen Words: Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Vladimir Nabokov https://t.co/JkbNZcub8M https://t.co/0TNDFRoPXA

Today is your last day to receive an e-book of Allen Gee’s longform essay “Old School” when you donate to @BeachInstitute, the James Alan McPherson Scholarship Fund (@uiowa), or @BlackVotersMtr! Let us know via DM or email us at pshares@pshares.org. https://t.co/zzJiTBZYzV https://t.co/b1d71AveKD

Today is your last day to receive an e-book of Allen Gee’s longform essay “Old School” when you donate to @BeachInstitute, the James Alan McPherson Scholarship Fund (@uiowa), or @BlackVotersMtr! Let us know via DM or email us at pshares@pshares.org. https://t.co/zzJiTBZYzV https://t.co/b1d71AveKD

We’re accepting submissions for the Ploughshares regular reading period until January 15, 2021. If you are a subscriber you can submit online free of charge! https://t.co/qpwwOMkzfi https://t.co/pJjriPLCXI

We’re accepting submissions for the Ploughshares regular reading period until January 15, 2021. If you are a subscriber you can submit online free of charge! https://t.co/qpwwOMkzfi https://t.co/pJjriPLCXI

"How many of our stories have been mentally blocked by ourselves, before we even get to all the obstacles around us: the poverty, the white gaze, the question of marketability about work set in parts of Miami that never make the postcard..." https://t.co/D5ogolzJSD

"Representation is having someone from your culture, your race, your community, your tribe, your hood, who you can bounce your stories off of. Who you can riff off of, who you can be inspired by." https://t.co/D5ogolzJSD

Sign up for our Week in Review newsletter to get Ploughshares essays and articles right to your inbox! https://t.co/ehD8EcvLG7 https://t.co/T6hXZ2yhxu

Sign up for our Week in Review newsletter to get Ploughshares essays and articles right to your inbox! https://t.co/ehD8EcvLG7 https://t.co/T6hXZ2yhxu

"While the original author is key to the success of a story, the translator is just as worthy of acclaim, and their initial interest in a work can be the first step in an author’s international popularity." https://t.co/1e13FAid6W

"In his new book WHO WE'RE READING WHEN WE'RE READING MURAKAMI, David Karashima, himself a writer and translator, lays bare the invisible structures that support the international career of someone like Murakami [Haruki]..." https://t.co/1e13FAid6W

"How could I say that James was providing me with ideological perspectives that I would be able to apply to my Asian American identity for the rest of my life, to ward off any sense of inferiority based upon race...?” https://t.co/1P7VZV4xX9 https://t.co/5APVcoYFTj

"How could I say that James was providing me with ideological perspectives that I would be able to apply to my Asian American identity for the rest of my life, to ward off any sense of inferiority based upon race...?” https://t.co/1P7VZV4xX9 https://t.co/5APVcoYFTj

"As the Amazon burns, consumed by the greed of the colonial ruling class, we have to ask again, heeding the Lorax’s warning, how we can speak for the trees—or, better yet, what we can do for them." https://t.co/EWoxxAL3LJ

"...artists of the Anthropocene are using their art to reveal the ties that bind us to that hazy concept of 'nature,' and they often start with its most potent symbol, the tree—the embodiment of extreme strength and vulnerability..." https://t.co/EWoxxAL3LJ

Subscribe! See why The New York Times calls Ploughshares "the triton among minnows." https://t.co/iMTdG77e1H https://t.co/BJfyxwalBt

Subscribe! See why The New York Times calls Ploughshares "the triton among minnows." https://t.co/iMTdG77e1H https://t.co/BJfyxwalBt

We’re excited to offer an e-book of Allen Gee’s longform essay “Old School” in exchange for a donation to @BeachInstitute, the James Alan McPherson Scholarship Fund (@uiowa), or @BlackVotersMtr! Let us know here or email us at pshares@pshares.org. https://t.co/zzJiTBZYzV https://t.co/o470VgRBRy

We’re excited to offer an e-book of Allen Gee’s longform essay “Old School” in exchange for a donation to @BeachInstitute, the James Alan McPherson Scholarship Fund (@uiowa), or @BlackVotersMtr! Let us know here or email us at pshares@pshares.org. https://t.co/zzJiTBZYzV https://t.co/o470VgRBRy

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