Category Archives: 2012

  1. Down from Beacon Hill

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Ed McCourt   We were walking up the steep, narrow staircase to my Auntie’s apartment on Cooper Street. You …
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  2. Powers of Recollection

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Jessica Green   What were we talking about that night? It was cold. I should have felt cold. I …
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  3. Dryland salinity

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Magdalena Ball   Lost within the pores between movement and concentration infiltration a chainful of rattling keys with no …
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  4. Reimagining FBI Missing Persons Case # 13G176

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Michael Sukach   “I can’t reach my penny,” she said, now as far from shore as her dress would …
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  5. Pretty in the Right Light

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by A.D. Carswell   Mine is the face of a villain, a gross misshaping of a normal visage. I like …
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  6. Buntings

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Jason Barry   Father told me once to be a man for I was not meant to sketch a …
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  7. Crowning

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Robin Silbergleid   My daughter has a big head. When the baby was small and mostly bald, a friend …
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  8. Looking at Young Girls

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Nicolas Poynter   The lights are shrouded by fog that collects near water this time of year, and they, …
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  9. Mattress-Buying

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Meredith Harper   In the grey, hollow warehouse, the industrial lights, shaded in aluminum cones, droop like stalactitic pendants …
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  10. Semi-Precious

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    December 15, 2012 by The Citron Review

    by Tim Kahl   My wife and I book separate flights. She says, coming back, you better not die in …
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🍋10th Anniversary

Fall 2019 IssueSeptember 23rd, 2019
90 days to go.

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The Summer 2019 Issue of the The Citron Review is brimming with amazing contributors. We want to thank them and hope you'll thank them too! Erik Moellering, Andrea Jurjević, David Galloway, Jennifer Metsker, Kendall Babl, Rogan Kelly, B.J. Best, Melanie McGee Bianchi, Emanuele Pettener, Thomas De Angelis, A. Grifa Ismaili, Julie Watson, Jill Chmelko, Kelle Schillaci Clarke, Phyllis Reilly, Elyse Giaimo, Anita Goveas, Mary Grimm, Carla Scarano D’Antonio, Megan Anning. #amreading #anonlinejournalofbriefliterature
Catch up with our managing editor @ericsteineger in the latest issue of Tinderbox Poetry Journal. #saturdayread #amreading #TheCitronreview #tinderboxpoetryjournal https://tinderboxpoetry.com/catching-up-with-tinderbox
In Citron’s 10th summer issue on this longest day in the sun we bring you stories of vulnerability and meaning. We also offer something new. As part of our 10th anniversary we have created Zest, a place for our editors to share essays, reviews, and other posts in between our four annual issues. Zest’s first feature is a review written by Managing Editor and Senior Poetry Editor @ericsteineger. You can find his review of @jerzypoet's debut chapbook, Demolition in the Tropics as the last item in our summer issue and on Zest’s page. It’s been an amazing ten years of stories. In September we will publish the fall issue as well as a look back at 10 years of The Citron Review. To our readers and contributors, thank you for being a part of our story. #CitronSix #CitronStories #Summer2019 #SummerIssue #TheCitronReview #cheersto10years #amreading #summersolstice #summerreading
"Immaculate" by Anne-Marie Hoeve takes us into the secret life of spoons in this carefully arranged micro fiction. https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/immaculate/ #amreading #thecitronreview #spring2019
Christopher Rabley's "I Can See Her" is his second publication in The Citron Review and we join him in Taipei City for a most trying time. His first nonfiction story is from 2017, "Speak to Me". Please read them together, if you wish. https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/i-can-see-her/ https://citronreview.com/2017/12/21/speak-to-me/ #amreading #thecitronreview #spring2019
We are expanding our team of editors. This fall marks our 10 year anniversary as a volunteer operated journal, and we look forward to another ten. We love what we do and hope that you will consider joining us. Send your inquiries to citronreview at gmail.com. Open until filled #TheCitronReview #amreading #CreativeNonfiction https://citronreview.com/

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