Miracle Monocle recognized as digital publishing model

Prof. Sarah Strickley, editor of Miracle Monocle, will be advising the student editorial team of University of Houston's Glass Mountain (one of the leading undergrad journals in the country) as they shift to digital publishing. "For better or worse, the pandemic has forced many journals to finally let go of their print operations," says Strickley. "I'm hopeful that the workflow pathways we established when we went fully remote last semester might provide a useful template for other editorial teams attempting to navigate safety protocols in the context of pressing deadlines. We've been online since our inception and have much to share with others now making the leap online." Miracle Monocle is an online journal of innovative literary and visual art. Published bi-annually, the journal features poems, short stories, literary nonfiction, and a broad range of experimental works. It serves as a home for flash and micro fictions of all varieties, as well as works with genre indeterminacies, fresh collaborations, and re-invigorations of more traditional forms.
Miracle Monocle recognized as digital publishing model

Sarah Strickley

Prof. Sarah Strickley, editor of Miracle Monocle, will be advising the student editorial team of University of Houston's Glass Mountain (one of the leading undergrad journals in the country) as they shift to digital publishing.

"For better or worse, the pandemic has forced many journals to finally let go of their print operations," says Strickley. "I'm hopeful that the workflow pathways we established when we went fully remote last semester might provide a useful template for other editorial teams attempting to navigate safety protocols in the context of pressing deadlines. We've been online since our inception and have much to share with others now making the leap online."  

Miracle Monocle is an online journal of innovative literary and visual art. Published bi-annually, the journal features poems, short stories, literary nonfiction, and a broad range of experimental works. It serves as a home for flash and micro fictions of all varieties, as well as works with genre indeterminacies, fresh collaborations, and re-invigorations of more traditional forms.