In our new writing contest, we are accepting short stories, poems, and essays exactly 2022 words long. Enter now.
The editors’ blog is a compilation of posts on a wide range of topics from the Identity Theory editors.
These editors will be helping us select and produce quality fiction and nonfiction as well as other new features on the site.
Danielle Rose, our new poetry editor, is the author of at first & then and The History of Mountains.
"The West set out to solve a series of problems in Afghanistan. The West is a very problem-solving culture. And one of the problems of Afghanistan is that it doesn't lend itself readily to being sorted out on the West's terms."
21 years have passed since we published our first bunch of stories on identitytheory.com. One year has passed since we published our last story. That changes today.
We're throwing an Identity Theory reading-party at the San Francisco Lit Crawl on October 14th.
A selection of classic fall poetry by Shakespeare, Frost, Keats, and other dead poets.
In honor of Banned Books Week (Sept. 22-28), we created the Twitter hashtag #RockBannedBooks to raise awareness of books that have been banned or contested.
"Let us stifle under mud at the pond's edge
and affirm that it is fitting
and delicious to lose everything."
A wide open space to show off your original poetry, your favorite copyright-free poem, or any thoughts that you wish to share about poetry.