We’re Back. Here’s a New Issue.

It’s been a little while coming, but we’ve launched a new issue of InDigest. It’s a damn good one, I think.

There are a lot of reasons this issue was delayed so long. I’ll sum them up by saying that a lot of life has happened to everyone who helps out with InDigest and that we’re all doing this because we love the writing we’re publishing. Moving on.

You’ll notice we aren’t dumping the full issue onto the site at once like we have been doing for the last six years. We are going to start posting one piece per weekday from the new issue until we’ve posted the entire thing. We’re hoping this gives us a chance to better highlight the poems and stories in each issue. We pick each piece of writing that we publish carefully. We believe each poem and story to be worth your time to read, so we’re going to take the time to really highlight each one for you going forward. (Not that we didn’t care before, but I don’t feel that adhering to the “issue” format of print publications is the best way for writing that is published online to find its way into readers eyes. We want each poem, story, confession, podcast, image, video, collage, or “other” to be seen by as many readers who enjoy this kind of writing as possible.)

Anyhow, I hope we’re back on a regular schedule over here now and that you will be hearing from us as frequently as you used to. Thanks, as always, for reading/listening/thinking. We love you.

Let us know what you think of the new format, the new issue, our new hairstyles, our new drapes. Comment on the site, tweet to us, email us at editors@indigestmag.com, send a carrier pigeon, use a payphone, whatever. We’d like to know what you think.


Dustin Nelson Dustin Luke Nelson

Dustin Luke Nelson is the author of the forthcoming collection "in the office hours of the polar vortex" (Robocup, 2015) and the chapbook "Abraham Lincoln" (Mondo Bummer, 2013). His 90-minute performance film "STRIKE TWO" debuted with Gauss PDF in April and his performance piece "Applause" debuted at the Walker Art Center's Open Field in June. His poems have or will appear in the Greying Ghost Pamphlet Series, Fence Magazine, Paper Darts, Opium, 3:AM, the Nervous Breakdown, and elsewhere. His digital self is housed at dustinlukenelson.com.

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