At Hominum Journal, we see the writer and the body as indivisible. Beyond the anatomy of narrative, we believe that there is language deep within our bone marrow and muscle tissue. A language that reconciles the mind/body/spirit divide. A language that, when pushed beyond the physical, has the power to challenge, heal, and embody.
Under the direction of the current Editor-in-Chief Evan Wang, it is our mission to publish work that, in its attempt to look outward, looks inward as well. We are not tied to a particular aesthetic. Rather, we are looking for writing that comes from a space of honesty — whether that be through lived or inherited experiences.
In the interest of accessibility, Hominum Journal is a literary magazine that solely publishes online quarterly (four times/year). We accept creative writing in the categories of prose, poetry, and screenplay, in addition to visual art.