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Silence and Echoes, Music and Singing

2016, Year of the Fire Monkey, Year of Change, and also the Year of Transparency (we hope) is here with secrets on all sides unraveling. Vaxxed, the film by Del Bigtree and Robert de Niro, despite censorship from medical censors, kept from being shown at the Tribeca Film Festival, is set to open at Angelika … Continue reading

Traversing Spaces of Motherhood, Loss: Transfigurings in Form and Language

Late fall in the Northeast, and the last remnants of color linger on oaks and maples, birch trees toss gold leaves into wind. Meanwhile the world lists around us. Chaos that seems larger than anything we can imagine explodes around us: Paris, Syria, the Ukraine, Europe, ISIS. A climate summit with darker agendas of one-world … Continue reading

Conjuring Lost Voices and Found Families, Writing With Soul

Across the world, this has been a tumultuous summer already: Jade Helm, Fast Track on the TPP, Greece and the EU, Yemen, the Rohingya, Iran, so much more. This Summer issue, much looked forward to, has been delayed for too many reasons, not least cyber-attacks on computers and Facebook accounts (Jade Helm AI in action?), … Continue reading

Paying Attention, Pursuing Joy: Storytelling in Poetry and Prose

Finally it’s spring! After the longest coldest winter here in Boston, finally there’s muscari, crocuses, daffodils, lots of birdsong, and buds getting ready to burst on trees. Delphi is thrilled to welcome Spring with interviews with two poets who hold Nature at the center of their work, Margaret Rozga, also a civil rights activist and … Continue reading

Welcome to Delphi’s Third Year!

Welcome to Delphi‘s Third Year of celebrating extraordinary writers, poets, essayists, memoirists, playwrights, film-makers, small press publishers, and workshop leaders who are making positive change happen in the world! As the East Coast reels today under foot-high snow and blowing, while change for the better ripples across Greece, and we hope soon, the rest of … Continue reading

Writing and Music, Writing and Art, Writing and Speaking

November: here on the East Coast, it’s cool enough that the leaves–mottled and blackened in places with toxic fallout from the daily chem trails–are still turning wild colors of gold and plum and cerise and scarlet, and thoughts drift to Thanksgiving and beyond. While out there blood moons cluster, talk of war in Syria/Ukraine/Iraq waxes … Continue reading

Documenting the Present, Collaborating in Publishing

Spring at last! Blossoms and buds everywhere–and birds birds birds! Here on the US East Coast, we are still dipping in and out of colder temperatures, but we’re warmed by these golden signs which persist. Up in space, the sun has moved into Aries, marking the real New Year in a variety of cultures–Tamil, Vedic, … Continue reading

Welcome to Delphi’s Second Year!

Still winter here: fog in the air, snow on the ground, lows in the forecast…but it’s the start of a New year, New season, and New anniversary for Delphi–we are beyond thrilled to be starting our second year as intrepid writers interviewing writers, as we present our first anniversary issue: Volume II, Issue 1, Winter … Continue reading

Writing from Zones of War

So it’s fall: government shutdowns, earthquakes, bombs in mosques, wars, drone strikes, whistleblower convictions. Here on the (US) East Coast, the sunlight grows longer and golder, leaves turn impossible colors and drift away, and the chilly morning air rouses us to writing projects we’re yet to complete. Delphi completes four issues though–a whole year’s worth!–with … Continue reading

Delphi’s Spring Issue is Here

Welcome to the second issue of Delphi Quarterly, our new online quarterly for writer and filmmaker interviews.  We are pleased to report we are still well and thriving and excited to launch our spring issue, Volume I, Issue 2, Spring 2013. Also, please note our entire Premiere issue which debuted in Jan 2013 with its stellar … Continue reading

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