Previous Issues

1

Welcome to The Citron Review’s archive.

Here you’ll find our previous issues going all the way back to the first one (Fall 2009). We’ve changed the layout of our journal over the years—much like any journal or magazine would—so don’t be surprised if some older issues don’t look like newer ones.

Simply click on the title of the issue or nominations you’d like to read.
 

2019

Summer 2019

Spring 2019

2019 Best of the Net Nominations
 

2018

Winter 2018

Fall 2018

Summer 2018: Citron Six

Spring 2018

2018 Pushcart Nominations

2018 Best Microfiction Nominations

2018 Best of the Net Nominations

2017

Winter 2017

Fall 2017

Summer 2017: Citron Six

Spring 2017

2017 Pushcart Nominations

2017 Best of the Net Nominations

2016

Winter 2016

Fall 2016

Summer 2016: Citron Six

Spring 2016: The Queer Issue

2016 Pushcart Nominations

2015

Winter 2015

Fall 2015

Summer 2015

Summer 2015 Supplement: Creative Nonfiction Spotlight

Spring 2015

2015 Pushcart Nominations

2014

Winter 2014

Fall 2014

Summer 2014

Spring 2014

2014 Pushcart Nominations

2013

Winter 2013

Fall 2013

Summer 2013

Spring 2013

2013 Pushcart Nominations

2012

Winter 2012

Fall 2012

Summer 2012

Spring 2012

2012 Pushcart Nominations

2011

Fall 2011: Editor’s Choice

Summer 2011

Spring 2011

 

2010

Winter 2010

Fall 2010

Summer 2010

Spring 2010

 

2009

Winter 2009

Fall 2009

 

Advertisements

One thought on “Previous Issues

  1. BHIMAGOUDA PATIL says:

    Hi everyone…
    Its a matter of pleasure and pride that a magazine has dedicated itself to bring out the budding talents and expose them to the world. That’s a great idea to serve the writing community.
    with warm regards..
    B B Patil
    GFGC Gokak. India.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Mushrooms

🍋10th Anniversary

Fall 2019 IssueSeptember 23rd, 2019
Cheers to 10 great years!

🍋 Instagram

Tisha Marie Reichle-Aguilera's "Swiriling Debris" is in our Fall 2019 Issue. Always look both ways! https://citronreview.com/2019/09/23/swirling-debris/ #amreading #microfiction
Prolific flash writer, editor and writing teacher Riham Adly's "The Princess of Fantasistan" bubbles in our Fall 2019 issue! https://citronreview.com/2019/09/23/the-princess-of-fantasistan/ Riham was also shortlisted for the 2018 Arabic Literature (in English) Translation Prize. #amreading #flashfiction
Joanne Nelson, author of forthcoming memoir This is How We Leave (@vine_leaves_press) is sharing her "Leftovers" with us. Let's peak inside the fridge! https://citronreview.com/2019/09/23/leftovers/ #amreading #fall2019
Oregon Book Award recipient, Willa Schneberg's new poem "Shelley's Heart" is in our new Fall 2019 issue. She's published five volumes of poetry including Rending the Garment from Mudfish Books. @literaryarts #amreading #fall2019
Delight in fresh-squeezed brief literature at citronreview.com! Our Fall 2019 Issue features this litany of remarkable voices: Willa Schneberg, Jennifer Woodworth, Rachel Andoga, Marissa Hoffman, Joanne Nelson, JK Rogers, Melissa Knox, Riham Adly, Eleanor Levine, Ronald Hartley, Timothy Reilly, Tisha Marie Reichle-Aguilera, Mary F. Morris, Frances Gapper #amreading #fall2019 #citronstories
Happy 10th anniversary to our readers and contributing writers! What's your #CitronStory? If you're a contributing writer, post your story on social media. Readers, post your favorite stories on social media too. Be sure to include #CitronStories #TheCitronReview #onlinejournal #briefliterature #celebratingtheshortform #cheersto10years #tellyourstory #amreading

Enter your email address to follow us and receive notifications of new issues by email.

%d bloggers like this: