Summer 2011

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The Summer cycle of submissions was smaller this year than in years past, as evidenced by the few submissions that found a home among our digital pages. However, though the number of submissions declined, the level of prose did not. We are honored to continue to publish the best short fiction and poetry that you can find anywhere on the web.

This quarter, we feature an interview with Antioch Alum Kat Kambes about her submission The Garden, as well as her eclectic background in writing. We hope you enjoy reading our issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together.

Good Writing,

Aaron D. Gansky,
Editor, the Citron Review
http://adgansky.wordpress.com/

*Special acknowledgment to Vancouver Bites!  for our header image.

CONTENTS


Joseph Alan Hasinger

Dog Streets Fiction
Sean Walsh Intruder Fiction
John Grochalski Two Poems Poetry
Francesca Thompson Putting Down Fiction
Gabriella Brand Tinsel Fiction
Kat Kambes The Garden Fiction
Mureall Hebert Clean-up on Aisle Sixteen Fiction
John Grey Love in a Storm Factory Poetry

Angela Brommel

Three Poems Poetry
Regina Green addiction, pt. 16 Poetry
Aaron D. Gansky Interview with Kat Kambes Interview

One thought on “Summer 2011

  1. Regina Green says:

    thanks so much for including me in this wonderful issue. congrats to the other writers and poets as well!
    all the best.
    regina green

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