Hillary Leftwich’s story, “A Small Infestation Following a Big Stroke of Luck,” was recently published in Monkeybicycle. Congrats on the publication, Hillary!
Her work has also recently appeared recently in NANO Fiction and is forthcoming in Progenitor. Follow Hillary on Twitter at @hillaryleftwich.
The Conium Review‘s Associate Editor, Tristan Beach, was recently published in Rawboned. Read his poem, “Grants Pass, OR: 2013,” here.
Congrats on the publication, Tristan!
Hillary Leftwich‘s flash fiction piece, “Runt,” was recently accepted for publication in Nano Fiction (Vol. 7, No. 2). Look for the issue later this year.
Hillary is a Fiction Editor for The Conium Review. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Regis University, she’s the co-founder of the Denver Shitty Writers group, and shew as recently interviewed by The Missouri Review for their Working Writer Series.
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/
Susan Lynch’s poem “A Bit, a Muzzle, a Perplexity,” was published in Rawboned‘s debut issue. Read Susan’s poem here: http://rawboned.org/about/issue-1/a-bit-a-muzzle-a-perplexity/
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!
Brian Baumgart (contributor to our Spring 2013 issue) was published in Issue #27 of Ruminate Magazine.
Brain is coordinator of creative writing and English faculty at North Hennepin Community College, and he holds an MFA in creative writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. His writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in Tipton Poetry Journal, Blue Earth Review, and elsewhere. You can hear a reading of his poem “Rules for Loving Right” at Sweet.
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.
James R. Gapinski has two pieces, “The Woman Who Eats Bees” and “Backyard Pawn Shop,” scheduled to appear in Leodegraunce‘s upcoming flash fiction anthology. The anthology is slated for early 2014.
James R. Gapinski is Managing Editor of The Conium Review.