The rebooted Dodge is coming! Our new website is live and we intend to open to submissions on October 18. We’re so excited to read your eco-writing and translations.
Find us at: thedodgemag.com
When our last print issue appears, we’ll update you here too–but please follow our new site!
After a long and fruitful life as a print magazine, the Artful Dodge has rebooted as The Dodge, an online journal of eco-writing, translation, and writing about animals. Read our vision statement here. We can’t wait to work with you on this new venture! Our final print issue will appear in Fall 2021 under Daniel Bourne’s editorship.
Please read our June 2020 Artful Dodge Update and BLM Support Statement here.
WELCOME to the home of Artful Dodge, an Ohio-based literary magazine that has published work with a strong sense of place and cultural landscape. Besides new American fiction, poetry, and narrative essay, the Artful Dodge has been interested in contemporary literature in translation — from all over the globe.
Other News and Updates:
Artful Dodge Featured in The Wooster Voice (Feb. 2017).
Editor-in-chief Daniel Bourne’s new poem appears in Plume Poetry, 2016.
Daniel Bourne publishes audio poem in RHINO journal, 2015.
Editor Daniel Bourne has two poems published in The Best of Salmagundi (2015)
Daniel Bourne presents at his Poetry Reading in Warsaw, Poland (July, 2013)
Also available from our founding editor, Daniel Bourne: On the Crossroads of Asia and Europe, a collection of poetry and satirical prose of Polish writer Tomasz Jastrun, winner of the 1983 “S Prize” from Underground Solidarity for his poetry during Poland’s martial law period in the early 1980s.
Some praise for On the Crossroads of Asia and Europe:
“A friend and fellow writer, speaking in reference to contemporary poetry, remarked to me not long ago that the true poets are not those in search of something to write about, but those whose subjects have discovered them. I find this confirmed in reading the poems of Tomasz Jastrun.” – John Haines
“Here at last we have a generous selection of Tomasz Jastrun’s poems and prose chronicling the disintegration of Poland, and celebrating the unlikely survival of the human spirit. We have Daniel Bourne to thank for guiding these poems into English.” – John Witte, Editor, Northwest Review
“Deep gratitude to Daniel Bourne and Salmon Run Press for making available in English the profoundly moving voice of Polish writer, Tomasz Jastrun. This is crucial, empowering work.” – Naomi Shihab Nye
For excerpts from On the Crossroads of Asia and Europe, click here.