We’re humbled and awed to announce that Psaltery & Lyre will not be closing its doors after all. Generous volunteers have stepped forward to continue the journal’s exploration of faith and doubt. After several long conversations, we’re delighted to say that Millie Tullis will be taking over as Editor-in-Chief, and Shaun Anderson will be P&L’s nonfiction editor. We’ve published work by both of these wonderful writers, and we’ve nominated their work for several prizes, including Best of the Net, the Orison Anthology, and Best New Poets. Many of P&L’s current editors will be staying on, as well. We trust that the journal will be in excellent hands, and we hope this news brings you a little joy. Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks!
Psaltery & Lyre Editorial Team
Photo: “Snowflake” by Dayna Patterson