Polyphonic explores literature from the fringes of mainstream society, and creates space for voices from underrepresented and marginalized communities. We endeavor to reflect a sense of our diverse, global community through book reviews, interviews, and commentaries. Polyphonic will provide insight into the best new contemporary fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, while keeping the egalitarian voice of a ‘zine and the critical mind of an academic journal.

Enjoy. Consider. Think. Question. Respond.

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