We’re so excited for our next book: Which Way Will the Water Drag Our Bodies? by Tamer Sa’id Mostafa. Look out for a pre-sale this fall! Tamer Sa’id Mostafa (pronouns: he/him/his) is an always-proud Stockton, California, native whose work has appeared in over twenty journals and magazines such as Confrontation, Literary Orphans, and Zone 3, […]
Nana K. Twumasi, a longtime editor of Monday Night, is moving on to new projects. We’re grateful for her creativity, insight, and friendship as well as hours and hours of reading over the past decade. During Nana’s tenure, we put the journal online, launched a small press, and hosted cool events at Cafe Van Kleef, […]
We’re still reeling from the awesomeness of AWP 2019. Monday Night shared a table with the Bay Area Correspondence School at the Book Fair, and we had lots of chapbooks and swag to share. Dozens of new fans signed up for our mailing list, grabbed free buttons, and purchased fresh-off-the-press editions of our new chapbooks. […]
Monday Night is thrilled to release its third chapbook, Nomenclature, featuring poetry by Niko Nelson. Praise for Nomenclature: “What distinguishes Niko Nelson’s work from that of many young poets is her willingness to listen to the silent music of thought. In Nomenclatures, the visionary is grounded in the things of cityscapes, the everyday keeping us […]
Monday Night is excited to release its second chapbook: Failures, a collection of short stories by Matt Tompkins. Praise for Failures: “It’s probably too corny to say that Failures is a wonderful success. So instead I’ll say that Matt Tompkins has written an astonishing collection of stories. The characters in Failures are lonely, desperate, and […]
The elves at Monday Night Press are hard at work assembling our second title. Each book is hand-stitched and carefully assembled. Watch this space to find out when Failures by Matt Tompkins is ready to order!
Monday Night Press is proud to announce the publication of our first chapbook, The City is Burning by Patrick Duggan. THE CITY IS BURNING (excerpt) I once read the scripturesof American boredom, broke breadwith cloud cover. In Iraqthey’re debating a constitutionto piano thunder. Each white keya Nickelodeon string of roadsidebombs. Tonight is thinand tastes turkey-smoked. […]
Monday Night the literary journal began as an annual print publication that ran from 2001-2014. Since that time, the journal has gone exclusively online. While we love the ease and accessibility of online publishing, we miss having something to put on our shelves. This is why we’re thrilled to announce the launch of our very […]