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This site contains all our normal blog content, but it serves as a venue for online publication too. Over the past few weeks, we’ve been posting new flash fiction to the site. See what we’ve been up to, take a look at our upcoming print edition, and consider submitting to our Flash Fiction Contest ($300 prize, judged by Ashley Farmer).
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Our website will be down for a couple days. We’ve performing some major updates, shifting web hosts, and generally spicin’ things up around here.
The blog will remain active through most of the upgrade, but the main site (including our store) will be down. If you have questions about the journal, submissions, or purchases, you can always e-mail us at email@example.com
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James R. Gapinski’s story, “Migratory Patterns,” was one of 25 finalists for Glimmer Train‘s recent “Very Short Fiction Award.”
Read the full list of winners and finalists here.
Lauren Hall recently had two prose poems, “The Miser” and “Possum,” published in Cleaver Magazine.
Lauren was a contributor to our first issue. Her work has also appeared in NANO Fiction, Eunoia Review, Apiary, and Fiction Writers Review. She also received the 2012 William Carlos Williams Prize for Poetry at the University of Pennsylvania.
Chelsea Werner-Jatzke’s story story, “Soup and/or Sandwich,” was recently published in Keep This Bag Away From Children. Read it here.
Chelsea’s work appeared in our Fall 2012 issue, she was a 2013 Jack Straw writer, and she’ll be moderating two panels at the 2014 AWP Conference in Seattle, WA.
Chelsea Werner-Jatzke (contributor to our Fall 2012 issue) was recently published in Pacifica. Read her story, “In Violent Protection,” here: http://www.pacificareview.com/in-violent-protection/
Our Associate Editor, Susan Lynch, has two poems in the Winter 2014 issue of Elohi Gadugi: “The Halcyon” and “It Can Happen Just Like That.”
Congratulations on the recent publication, Susan!
The Conium Review is currently open for fiction and poetry submissions. Submit between January 1st and April 1st, 2014 using our Submittable page.
We publish innovative writing from new and established authors. There are no line limits or length restrictions. Simultaneous submissions are okay. Find the full guidelines on the Submittable page or on our website.
Susan Lynch’s poem, “A Brief Explanation of the Fourth Dimension,” will be published in Bombay Gin, the journal of Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poets, next June.
Susan Lynch is (among many other things) an Associate Editor at The Conium Review. Congrats on the upcoming publication, Susan!
Printer’s Devil Review has just released a new issue, featuring several poems, a short story about queer life in rural America, and a story by David Varderman that’s accompanied by illustrations from Harriet Burbeck. This issue also features excerpts from Gemma Cooper-Novack’s novel Go Home Faster, Jade Sylvan’s memoir Kissing Oscar Wilde, artwork from Keith Francis, and more. You can find the issue here: http://www.pdrjournal.org/fall2013
Fall 2013 contributor, Thomas Dodson, edits and designs Printer’s Devil Review.