The Conium Review’s website will be down for a couple days

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 editors@coniumreview.com

Thanks for understanding!

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The Conium Review is on WordPress (again)

The Conium Review has had a WordPress blog for a while, but it’s main function was for hosting the podcast.  Moving forward, we’re making WordPress a more integral part of our online presence.

We’ve moved some of the most important posts from The Conium Review website (i.e. book reviews) over to WordPress.  A few other posts will migrate soon, and we’ll be more active on WordPress moving forward.

Please share the blog with your friends and followers. We look forward to connecting with the WordPress blogging community.

Thanks for supporting our small press!

Carlo Matos has a new piece posted on Atticus Review’s website.

Check out Carlo Matos’ “Fletching” at Atticus Review.

Carlo contributed to our Fall 2013 issue.  He is the author of Big Bad Asterisk* (BlazeVOX), Counting Sheep Till Doomsday (BlazeVOX) and A School for Fishermen (BrickHouse Books.)

Counting Sheep Till DoomsdaySchool for FishermenBig Bad Asterisk

The Conium Review Comes to WordPress

The Conium Review is a print-based literary journal from Portland, Oregon.  Our first issue is due out February, 2012.  If you’re interested in submitting your poetry or fiction, visit http://coniumreview.com/guidelines

Our website’s home page uses Tumblr’s blogging platform, but we’re happy to integrate WordPress into our blogging repertoire too.  We’re also active on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ for you social media aficionados.

At The Conium Review, we love books; our journal is strictly a print publication.  However, we recognize the importance of electronic media, and we love how blogs let us connect with readers on a daily basis.

This blog’s RSS feed will be sourced for our podcast, so you’ll see all the free MP3 downloads first.  There will be plenty of shared blogging between our various feeds, but we will also post some content specifically for this blog.