Meet Khôra, a dynamic online arts space produced in collaboration with groundbreaking author Lidia Yuknavitch’s Corporeal Writing. Plato described khôra as a “formless interval, alike to a non-being,” and in that spirit, Khôra is committed to writers and artists who explore the…
Welcome to Khôra, a dynamic online arts space produced in collaboration with Lidia Yuknavitch’s Corporeal Writing. Visit our Archive to read previous…
"The first time I saw the cards, my mother was sitting at a picnic table with two other Korean mothers from church, with her back towards me..."
I’ll keep them a secret, until they become an enigma / And taste like birthdays
You’re invited to join us for an afternoon/evening of live readings from Khôra’s most recently featured writers on Friday, February 25 at 4 PT / 7 ET…
In Issue 12, we’re back with the final pieces from our current collaborative team of curated writers and artists. It’s been such an honor to work with…
We’re thrilled to announce Khôra’s nominations for The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses series. It was difficult to choose only six pieces to…
Imagine a father, in the morning, painting the secrets of honeybees. | Know, too, there’s pollen riding on the backs of little birds.
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