Midwestern Gothic wasn’t started on a whim or by freak accident—the idea to explore literature and writing in the Midwest, the region I’ve called home my entire life, was important to me. A place I shunned during my youth, a place I vowed at one time to never set foot in again, kept calling me home…and I’m thankful for that. I love this place, I’d like to think I understand it, and it speaks to me—all things I’m immensely proud of. That being said, the mission of Midwestern Gothic has always been to explore and support the “Midestern voice” in literature and poetry, and I’m excited to announce we’re taking it one step further this coming March.
Introducing Voices of the Middle West: A Celebration of Writers and Independent Presses.
This is, looking at it now, a natural progression for how things are going at Midwestern Gothic, a chance to celebrate literature and poetry in the Midwest on a grander scale…to showcase my own love for this place, the stories we create here, the uniqueness of it, to share all of this with folks from all over the region and beyond. All-in-all it should be a fantastic day, and I urge anyone that’s able to attend.
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