Two of our editors will be reading during AWP

Susan Lynch (our Associate Editor) and James R. Gapinski (our Managing Editor) will be reading at an off-site even during the AWP conference in Seattle, WA.

Lit.mustest: “I Saw Them When…”

Third Place Books, 6504 20th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98115

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

7:00pm to 9:30pm

Third Place Books in Ravenna and the Lit.mustest reading series present an evening with award-winning and recently published students and alumni from Goddard College’s MFA in Creative Writing program.

Other readers include Shelly Weathers, Jeff Eisenbrey, Sarah Kishpaugh, Kim Mayer, Rachel Serrit, Isla McKenna, and Samantha Kolber.

The Conium Review needs a few new editors

We’re looking for a few new Fiction Editors and Poetry Editors to join The Conium Review staff. All staff positions are on a volunteer basis. You can apply from any location; all the reading is done on a computer. We’re only looking for a handful of new people, so get your application in early before the positions fill up!

If you’re interested, please submit your information through our online form: http://www.coniumreview.com/join-our-staff.html

Calling All Editors

Do you work or volunteer for a literary journal or small press?

Yes?

Me too!

Let’s talk about cross-promotion. We want to hear from other journals—large or small, it doesn’t  matter. We hope that you can share our calls for submissions and publication updates with your readers, and we’ll share your news too. If you’re interested in reciprocally sharing posts online, please get in touch: editors@coniumreview.com

Introducing Our IndieGoGo.com Pledge Drive

Our first fundraiser didn’t meet its goal, so we just launched a new IndieGoGo.compledge drive.  We factored in pre-orders, looked at the budget, and introduced this new fundraiser to help us expand bookstore distribution for The Conium Review, support more podcast episodes, and host upcoming poetry/fiction readings.

We need your support to help fund the first issue.  At various donor levels, you get a free copy of the issue, recognition in the journal, and more.

Even a $1 donation gets a reward.  Every little bit helps.  To learn more or contribute, please visit: http://www.indiegogo.com/The-Conium-Review-An-Independent-Literary-Journal

And remember, tell other people about The Conium Review and help promote our IndieGoGo.com fundraising campaign on Facebook and Twitter.