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...

June 30, 2018

Check out our latest issue of Penultimate Peanut Magazine. 

June 15, 2018

Don't forget to send us your beautiful art, stories, and poetry for the next issue of PPM. 

March 1, 2018

 Check out the latest PPM issue here! In this issue, you can look forward to reading about what it means to grow up in the South in Miriam Elisabeth Moore's poem "Cherokee Rose", contemplate the clutter of your home in Eric Martin's flash fiction "Because you Will be F...

February 5, 2018

Even though it’s still technically winter, we’ve got spring on our minds. Submissions for the spring issue of PPM are now open!

December 2, 2017

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"....

November 29, 2017

Now that Thanksgiving is over, Christmas is on the way. Which means, so is the second issue of Penultimate Peanut, coming out December 1st. We’ve got some excellent poetry, short stories, and artwork heading your way.

September 12, 2017

If you're interested in meeting with the Penultimate Peanut staff, you can find us at the Hampton Roads Writers Convention this weekend. Come stop by our table for snacks, cool flyers, or just to say "hi". 

You can register for the conference at their website.

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