Soliloquies Anthology is a student-run literary journal published out of Concordia University. The journal publishes emerging and established writers in Montreal and internationally, online and twice annually in print. Read more→
This winning story uses the prompt clock.
Soliloquies Anthology 18 poet Klara du Plessis discusses her writing inspiration, forthcoming chapbook, and curation of a reading series, with SA editor Alex Custodio.
This winning story uses the prompt awkward.
Alex Custodio sits down with first-time novelist Shanna Roberts Salée to discuss publishing, the creative process, and the experience of writing, directing, and producing a web series.
This winning story uses the prompt sneeze.
Soliloquies Reads puts generations of our contributors on the same stage to discuss their current work and read some of their recent writing.
This winning story uses the prompt clog.
Novelist Guillaume Morisette chats with Alex Custodio about success, social media, and publishing.
This winning story uses the prompt acorn.
Alex Custodio sits down with writer Sasha Tate-Howarth to discuss poetry, inspiration, and the creative process.
This winning story uses the prompt creaky.
In our first Soliloquies Writes article, editor Alex Custodio discusses poetry, inspiration, and workshops with writer Rebecca Păpucaru.
This year we proudly celebrate our twentieth edition, and in honour of the occasion, we will introduce two new initiatives that reflect the journal’s legacy of dedicated and talented writers and editors.