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 founding editors Jonathan Truong and Katherine Wong, it is our mission to publish work that displays a sense of urgency and self-awareness. 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 in or inherited experiences.
In the interest of accessibility, Hominum Journal is a literary magazine that solely publishes online bi-monthly (six times/year). We accept creative writing in the categories of prose and poetry, in addition to visual art and musical compositions.