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September 1, 2019

Welcome to our 9th issue of PPM. Give it a read. Works from authors like: Liza Sofia, Johanna Kristen Ellerup, Bill Ayres, Joseph Hardy, Stephen Scott Whitaker, Hank Thompson, James Cato, Madi Giovina, A. R. Bekenstein, Marcus Whalbring, and more.



If you’ve edged out Jill Biden, former Vice-President Joe Biden’s wife, for teacher of the year as  Timothy Hudenburg did in 2014, you’d think you might rest on your laurels, but this thirty year veteran of teaching is beginning his third career as a full-time poet....

June 2, 2019

The June issue of PPM is ready to go. Read it here!

With works from: Timothy Hudenburg, Gina Rose Davis, Christian Duran, Genevieve DiNatale, Jodie Filan Madeline Gressman, Gerard Sarnat, Mario Loprete, Liza Bencheikh, Samy Sfoggia, Rich Glinnen, Stacie Charbonneau Hess...

June 2, 2019

The Hampton Roads Writers is a nonprofit and Virginia-based group of professional and aspiring writers, friends, and supporters of the arts. 

March 2, 2019

Read our spring issue now, with works from Alexandra McIntosh, Courtney Knox, Peter Schulman and Hector Ruiz, David Aghram, Greg Nelson, Eric Luthi, Yuliia Vereta, Malcom Massey, and

Lauren Cortese.

January 31, 2019

We are gearing up for the March 1st issue of PPM. Open call for submissions (fiction, poetry, artwork, non-fiction) will be open February 1st - February 23rd

December 1, 2018

The 6th issue of PPM is up and ready for your perusal. And whether you believe in jolly old St. Nick or the Krampus come to beat you with a switch, there's a little bit for everyone in our latest issue. You can look forward to works by: KG Newman, JM Wilder, Dorsía Smi...

September 2, 2018

Read it here. Works featured by: Alex Skousen, Couri Johnson, Melynda Sorrels, W. M. Faulkner, Katherine Peranio, Edward Lagomarsino, Allissa Woodson, Timothy Hudenburg, Jessica Simpkiss, and Ann Rosenthal

August 6, 2018

“I really began to seriously explore the craft of telling stories in the spring and summer of 2012 during a sabbatical where I was charged with adapting a screenplay,” Konrad Winters, Associate Professor in Communications and Theatre Arts, explained. Although Winters m...

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