Fall 2011: Editor’s Choice

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Letter from the Editor


If The Citron Review looks a little different this time, it’s because it is. We’ve decided to take an issue to put up some of our favorite publications from past issues. We even threw in a few new ones, just for fun. Our hope is to clarify what we look for in a submission, and to celebrate those submissions that have helped to define Citron as a journal of great literary merit. We’re establishing a reputation as a top-tier literary magazine, in large part because of the quality of submissions our contributors have sent in.

If you were hoping to see a larger selection of new submissions, don’t be disappointed. In January, we’ll continue on with business as usual in the Winter 2012 issue. We’ve had a flood of submissions, so the selection process has been intense. Bottom line, we’ll have an incredible issue filled with powerful contributions. Hope you look forward to it as much as we do.

Thanks for reading.

Aaron D. Gansky
Editor
The Citron Review


Table of Contents

Aaron D. Gansky
What I Look for
in a Fiction Submission
Editor’s Choice
Any Sense at All
by Michael Zapata
Fiction
Editor’s Choice
The Way to Napa
by Andrew Killmeier
Fiction
Antonia Crane
What I Look for
in a Creative Nonfiction Submission
Editor’s Choice
It’s awfully late for Patti Michelle
by Patrick O’Neil
Creative Nonfiction
Editor’s Choice
Stay
by Alexandria Montgomery
Creative Nonfiction
Trish Falin
What I Look for
in a Poetry Submission
Editor’s Choice
Poetry
by Curt Eriksen
Poetry
Antonia Crane
What I Look for
in a Fiction Submission
Editor’s Choice
Antidote
by Jonathan Berzer
Fiction
Heather Luby
What I Look for
in a Fiction Submission
Editor’s Choice
Impact
by Dennis Fulgoni
Fiction
Antonia Crane
Jonathan Berzer Talks
about Antidote
Interview
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One thought on “Fall 2011: Editor’s Choice

  1. Gideon Nel says:

    Jonathan Berzer’s extract was too short. “More” he shouts, please!

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