Pathos Winter 2020 Issue Now Available!

Your eyes don’t deceive you. The magazine is here.

Hello again loyal Pathos readers, writers, and creatives.

As always, it is so great to be able to deliver the news to you that we have published another issue for the term. We received many wonderful submissions in the Winter, and just like every quarter before, the decision of who makes the final cut is never easy. The Pathos team is endlessly grateful for the art you continue to send in, showing your ability to be vulnerable and your commitment to be a part of a growing community of artists. Trust us when we say that we do not take your participation in being seen for granted. If you have never submitted to the magazine before and you just keep coming back for more prose and artwork, we see you too. We appreciate you. Pathos wouldn’t be half of the magazine we are today if it weren’t for the many lovely readers who flock to the stands term after term.

With that being said, it is with great pleasure that we present to you the Winter 2020 Issue of Pathos Literary Magazine. Though the Portland State University campus is closed, the Pathos family values the art that our students create and believes that it deserves to be seen by everyone. That is why we are bringing the magazine to you! You can find our latest issue right here on the website by following the tab that says “Read Online.

Please feel free to share this issue with your friends and families. Many hands sought to it that this copy made it into your homes, so please pass it forward and grant the gift of literature and art to your fellow literary magazine lovers.

If you did not make it into the magazine this time around, or want to submit something for the first time, submissions for the Spring are now open! The deadline is May 4th, 2020 so mark your calendars and start creating! We can’t wait to see more of your work. You can find information on submission details here: Submit

Until next time, from the Pathos family to yours, stay safe, wash your hands, and remember to take care of each other.