Icons Icons to be used for Apiary Magazine's website. Arrows Created for Apiary Magazine's website. confetti Created with Sketch.
  • What's Happening in Philly Literature
  • News & Content From Our Staff
  • Browse Artwork, Photography, & More!
  • Visiting Voices
  • Events We Love

Visiting Voices

Feb 25 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
HOW YOU LIVIN? with Savon Bartley
“The whole starving artist thing doesn’t exist” - Savon Bartley   I met Savon Bartley in 2014 at the National Poetry Slam in Oakland, CA. That was my first year competing in any type of national competition, representing Philly of course, while...
Read More
Jan 25 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
HOW YOU LIVIN? with Kirwyn Sutherland
“And that’s the thing about the poetry world, there isn’t one set thing you’re supposed to be doing.” -Kirwyn Sutherland   I met Kirwyn Sutherland in 2014 when I first entered the Philly poetry slam scene. I was immediately fascinated by his...
Read More
Jan 23 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
Introducing "HOW YOU LIVIN?" A New Interview Series By Jasmine Combs
APIARY Magazine is proud to announce HOW YOU LIVIN?, a new monthly interview series by JASMINE COMBS! Read below for Jasmine's intro to the series, and then check out the links past interviews:  So I have my degree...now what? Since I was five...
Read More
Jan 1 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
This is Not My Beautiful House
I knew things were weird when I looked up at the street signs and saw I was at the corner of Elmtree and Elmtree. I furrow my brow and think, for a moment, maybe this is right and, in fact, I am the one that is wrong. Everything is so foreign but I...
Read More
Apr 26 Small Hex A small hex for dates on Apiary Magazine's website.
The Boy with a Bamboo Heart: An Interview with Chantal Jauvin
The following is an excerpt from the new book The Boy with a Bamboo Heart: The Story of a Street Orphan Who Built a Children's Charity by Chantal Jauvin. Chapter One: Ban Sawai Jeek, 1941: My Mother slipped away in the middle of the night...
Read More
1 2
General

Title

More Info