Angime Journal

A Journal of Literary & Artistic Conversations

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Announcements

 

Angime's new fully trilingual issue is live! 

 

Glitches & Revelations, featuring work by Sam Cha, Rashi Rohatgi and art by Misha Dontsov.  

Editorials by Olga Mexina and James Nikopoulos. 

 

Featured in English, Russian and Kazakh.

 

About the Angime Literary Journal

In Kazakh, Angime [Ahn-Ghee-MAE] means ‘conversation’. In the spirit of this word, Angime promotes international, multilingual and multidisciplinary literary and artistic conversations. Edited by the diverse faculty of Nazarbayev University, Angime takes advantage of its distinctive intellectual and creative context in Kazakhstan.

Published digitally and in print, Angime accepts submissions in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, translations, photography, visual arts, hybrid and experimental works, as well as interviews, reviews and essays. We welcome submissions in English, Kazakh and Russian as well as translations from other languages into any of the three. While we are particularly interested in fostering work from Central Asia and the former Soviet Union, we also encourage submissions from established and emerging artists from around the globe. For more: 

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Submissions

 

Angime accepts submissions in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and the visual arts. While we are particularly interested in works that engage with Central Asia and the post-Soviet sphere, we also welcome submissions that frame a conversation between multicultural, multilingual, and multidisciplinary perspectives. 

Please note:

  • All work needs to be submitted with a cover letter introducing the author and the submission(s), and must be emailed.

  • All manuscripts should follow standard manuscript formatting requirements.

  • For length requirements, please consult specific guidelines for each section.  

  • We accept simultaneous submissions but ask to be notified if your work is placed elsewhere.

 

Literary Events

 

Throughout the year, the Angime Literary Journal hosts an number of literary events including poetry readings, guest speakers, and creative-writing workshops.

 

Publications

 

One of the main goals of the Angime Literary Journal is to publish a showcase of talented, local writers across multiple genres, to encourage and further inspire literary creativity. 

Visit angime.com to read our latest issue. 

 

Editorial Staff

 

Chief Editor

Mariya Deykute

 

Kazakh Poetry & Fiction: 

Kanat Omar

Online & Art Editors:

Patricia Coleman

Arlyce Menzies

 

Poetry: 

Olga Mexina

Theadora Siranian 

 

Fiction: 

Jonathan Dupuy

Mariya Deykute

Non-fiction & Literary Criticism:

James Nikopoulous

Victoria Thorstensson

 

Translation: 

Victoria Thorstensson

Jeanine Dagyeli

Copy-editing

Arlyce Menzies

Olga Mexina

Aibarsha Kazhyakpar

 

Layout

Mariya Deykute

 

Student Editors:

Alina Abu

Khadisha Assemkulova

Valeriya Chistyakova

Darya Demidenko

Ulbazar Ilyassova

Aibarsha Kazhyakpar

Madina Kelessova

Nuraiym Kossybak

Kheda Mamysheva

Zhanel Mektepbayeva

Zhibek Satenova

Sherniyaz Tolganbayev

Raushan Turganbay

Yana Zgurskaya

Dinara Zhumagambetova