a journal of the arts...
Worlds into words into WORLDS

CUTTHROAT ONLINE/SKYPE 
WRITING MENTOR PROGRAM
Profits from sales of Truth To Power are donated to the ACLU,  Friends Of The Earth, the Standing Rock Sioux Water Protectors. Planned Parenthood and Native Arts and Culture Foundation.

Please click on the link to view the documentary, "Awake," filmed during the peaceful  protests against NDPL (North Dakota Oil Pipeline) from going through Indigenous sacred lands and under the Missouri River, source of water for 18 million people.  Here is the link:
                               Awake

     WE NEED YOUR HELP to fund the continued publication costs of Cutthroat, please CLICK TO GO TO OUR GOFUNDME PAGE:

               DONATIONS


We are  delighted to announce our collaboration with Black Earth Institute on the publication of a major anthology of contemporary Chicanx writers. We are at work reading submissions of poetry and prose from across our country.  Editors: Luis Alberto Urrea, Matt Mendez, Beth Alvarado, Carmen Tafolla, Octavio Quintanilla, Teresa Acevedo, Denise Chavez and Edward Vidaurre!
CONGRATULATIONS TO JOY HARJO, FIRST NATIVE AMERICAN POET LAUREATE OF THE US.
  A supporter of Cutthroat from the get-go, Joy and her work are featured in Cutthroat 24, Truth to Power and many past issues.  CT 18 is a Tribute to Joy and Chickasaw poet, essayist, novelist, Linda Hogan.

Merchandise
We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Rick DeMarinis Short Story Contest. Our deep gratitude goes to every writer who entered our contest. You are all winners. We thank Tim Rien, Will Root, Pam Uschuk & Julie Jacobson, who read stories and selected finalists. Huge thanks goes to Beth Alvarado, final judge.

1st Prize ($1200 and publication): Amina Gautier of Miami, FL for "Clave,"
2nd Prize ($250 and publication): Paula Brancato of Long Island City, New York for ,"The Second First Time" and Honorable Mention (publication) sid sibo of Afton, Wyoming for "Bull."