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...
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
In this issue, you can look forward to pieces about winter weather, death, and rebirth. Take a perilous commute in David Charpentier's "Morning drive" and contemplate the confusion within a blast of cold winter air in Timothy's Hudenburg's "Salon des Refuses"....
Our social media manager Rebekah Adams is the brain behind this week of insightful interviews with the Penultimate Peanut staff. We thought we'd turn the tables on her and ask her a few questions instead to bring her into the spotlight.
Q: Have you lived in Hampton Ro...
Study of History Leads to Good Poetry: an Interview with Timothy Hudenburg
June 12, 2019
Theatre Professor Brings the Written Word to Life
August 6, 2018
Santa came early this year with the latest issue of Penultimate Peanut!