THE LATEST ISSUE FEATURES
WILLIAM E. BURLESON
WILLIAM C. BLOME
BRIAN D. MORRISON
OTHA DAVIS III
SARAH KATHARINA KAYß
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"Niche is an online literary magazine that was designed to be limitless. It aims to provide a place where an array of voices from experimental and conventional, pulp and literary, non-fiction and creative nonfiction, graphic mediums, artwork and audio can coexist. As people with varying passions, we've striven to find a place where we can express and belong. We're for those who have already, or have yet to carve their perfect niche within literary and non-literary communities. Please check us out."
how niche got here.
Founding and Managing Editor, Katya Cummins writes about the founding:
"If someone had told at the onset of my college career that in four years I would opt out of an MFA and graduate into a depressed job market, I would have laughed. I had wanted to attend an MFA program since I was eleven years old, but had not prepared to be rejected by almost every MFA I applied to. Wounded pride prevented me from seeking alternative career options, leaving me with a job that was set to expire at the end of the summer and five months until I entered repayment on loans. In other words, I was in the same boat as the thousands of students who had graduated with me. I moved back in with my parents and began the demoralizing search for a job."- read more about the founding..
Visit our blog for the latest news, reviews, and interviews, including monthly MFA Spotlights and Journal Spotlights. Also be sure to check out the latest from Chris Fryer , and check out the columns from our former columnist, Lauryn Ash.
The third issue of Niche has been reviewed on NewPages by Kirsten Mcllvenna. She wrote in part:
"My first impression of Niche was: it is great to look at. Like that initial, hormonal attraction when you meet someone new, I was drawn in instantly, ready to say, “I’d like to get to know you.”
You can read her full review here.
Readers can now buy print editions of the last three issues through PEECHO.COM. Please read entire page before purchasing it.
Niche contributor, Carol Smallwood, interviews Ada Fetters of The CommonLine Journal, which publishes "grittier material but delight[s] in the joyful and homely as well." Read the full interview HERE
Editors Tim Elhajj and Holly Huckeba of Junk Lit share their story for Niche's Journal Spotlight.: "[...] it’s the precision of feeling that draws me to a story, especially a story about addiction." Read the full interview HERE.