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    Conjunctions will not shut down after all, Bard announced.

    Corinne Segal

    May 12, 2022, 11:51am

    Conjunctions editor Bradford Morrow announced today that the magazine would continue publishing at Bard College, which has reversed its previous decision to withdraw funding.

    Morrow shared a statement from Bard on Thursday:

    Bard College is pleased to announce that, following productive conversations with our friend and colleague Bradford Morrow, founding editor of Conjunctions, the college has committed to continue publishing the journal for another three years. We will soon announce details about a gala celebration this fall to mark Conjunctions’ fortieth anniversary, and look forward to bringing more issues of this acclaimed journal to readers. Conjunctions online will continue its weekly offering of new works of innovative prose and poetry during these years as well.

    He also announced that the magazine would be open for submissions from May 22–31 for its fall issue, Conjunctions:79, Onword.

    Congratulations to all the contributors and editors of the magazine—us readers are very glad it will continue!

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