Site Header

The primary header of the site.

Code Usage
get_template_part( 'organisms/site', 'header' );

Site Footer

The primary footer of the site.

Code Usage
get_template_part( 'organisms/site', 'footer' );

Sidebar

A widgetized sidebar content area.

Code Usage
get_template_part( 'organisms/site', 'sidebar' );

Post List

A listing view of blog posts.

Winter 2019 in Print: Watching the Ghost Dissolve

Rust + Moth’s Winter 2019 issue is now available in print! These pages break without bending. On the eve of a dark and critical year, may this fistful of wildflowers flow free through your blood.

With new poetry from Jeri Theriault, Maggie Blake Bailey, Michael Garrigan, Chelsea Hansen, Adam Levon Brown, Al Ortolani, Layla Lenhardt, James Adams, January Pearson, Marisa P. Clark, Rebecca Hawkes, Sheila Wellehan, Brooke Matejka, Cynthia Lu, Kathryn de Lancellotti, Christina Maria Kosch, Jeni De La O, Susan Trofimow, Ron Stottlemyer, Stuart Royle, Joshua Gage, Marc Frazier, Seth Jani, Veronica Kornberg, Leonard Orr, Laurel Radzieski, Clara Trippe, Amee Nassrene Broumand, David Ruekberg, and David Hanlon.

Best of the Net & Pushcart Nominees 2019

The Best of the Net Anthology gives well-deserved recognition to authors and journals who publish online, and the Pushcart Prize honors the best of America’s small presses. Our nominations are off, and Rust and Moth is proud to announce our 2019 nominees!

Best of the Net Anthology

Pushcart Prize

We invite you to take a deep dive into these poems and then explore the larger work of the writers who penned them. It took us weeks to distill these eleven pieces from the many wonderful poems we published in the last twelve months — thank you to all of our contributors for making this such a difficult decision. And good luck to our nominees!

Autumn 2019 in Print: Go Marching One By

Rust + Moth’s Autumn 2019 issue is now available in print! These poems explore the dark side of trees, tragic sweets, and the destructive beauty of nature.

With new poetry from Courtney LeBlanc, Kathryne David Gargano, Lee Potts, Mary Buchinger, Andrea Livingston, Scott Moncrieff, Priyanka Yap, Shannon Austin, David Andrews, Victoria Nordlund, Benjamin Cutler, Megan McDermott, C.C. Russell, Sheree La Puma, Taleen Mardirossian, Stefan Lovasik, Kassandra Montag, Jennifer Mahoney, Joshua Lavender, WJ Lofton, Tomo Lazovich, Jonel Abellanosa, Barbara Daniels, Michele Karas, Samantha DeFlitch, Ash Bowen, Cara Waterfall, Sarah Lyons-Lin, Suzanne Langlois, and Marissa Glover.

Also available for Kindle.

Summer 2019 in Print: Prism

Rust + Moth’s Summer 2019 issue is now available in print! Here you will find sarcophagi, nucleic acids, multiple tornadoes, and burning incense — all things beating back against the current as they rise.

With new poetry from Deirdre O’Connor, Ariana D. Den Bleyker, Clair Dunlap, Suzanne Grove, Caitlin Conlon, E.A. Petricone, Diane Callahan, Audrey Lewis, Imran Khan, Clint Margrave, John Amen, Bojana Stojcic, Rachel Roupp, Michael Mercurio, Emma Easy, Adina Kopinsky, Veronica Kornberg, Nels Hanson, Laura Lee Washburn, Marie Baléo, Emily Lake Hansen, Katherine Fallon, Alice Pettway, Cynthia Atkins, and Noor Alali.

Also available for Kindle.

Spring 2019 in Print: Aqueduct

Rust + Moth’s Spring 2019 issue now rises from the depths! This ominous volume, now available in print and on Kindle, is a treatise on fluidity, thirst, and water.

With new poetry from Ann V. DeVilbiss, John L. Stanizzi, Hannah Carpino, Robin Moss, Rhiannon Conley, Michael Martella, Adelina Sarkisyan, Patricia Caspers, Spencer Riggi, Natalie Solmer, Elizabeth Ruth Deyro, Vincent Petruccelli, Diana Clark, Theo LeGro, Mary Hanrahan, Arah Ko, Julia Roth, Theadora Siranian, Ben Togut, Emry Trantham, Emily Schultz, Steven Duong, and Suzanne Langlois.

In memory of the great Sharon Mansfield. Every student should be so lucky to have had a teacher like you.

Code Usage
get_template_part( 'organisms/footer' );

Single Post

A single detail-page for a blog post.

Winter 2019 in Print: Watching the Ghost Dissolve

Rust + Moth’s Winter 2019 issue is now available in print! These pages break without bending. On the eve of a dark and critical year, may this fistful of wildflowers flow free through your blood.

With new poetry from Jeri Theriault, Maggie Blake Bailey, Michael Garrigan, Chelsea Hansen, Adam Levon Brown, Al Ortolani, Layla Lenhardt, James Adams, January Pearson, Marisa P. Clark, Rebecca Hawkes, Sheila Wellehan, Brooke Matejka, Cynthia Lu, Kathryn de Lancellotti, Christina Maria Kosch, Jeni De La O, Susan Trofimow, Ron Stottlemyer, Stuart Royle, Joshua Gage, Marc Frazier, Seth Jani, Veronica Kornberg, Leonard Orr, Laurel Radzieski, Clara Trippe, Amee Nassrene Broumand, David Ruekberg, and David Hanlon.
Code Usage
get_template_part( 'organisms/footer' );