Fall 2013

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Letter from the Editor

 

As I was reviewing poetry acceptances for the Fall 2013 Issue, I started to notice a trend: Many of these poems involve a winter landscape, a winter frame of mind. Was that a problem? Should I rethink the selections? After some deliberation, the answer became a resounding no.

Because that’s not what The Citron Review is about. We want, always, the best work we can find — whatever that means. And that goes for poetry, creative nonfiction, flash, art, and the hybridization of other genres. I am fortunate to work with other editors who feel the same way and who seek out like voices, voices that are as happy drinking dark beer in June as they are wearing a dress or a seersucker suit to a pig pickin’. So let’s delight in the status that we are constantly in flux and constantly in search of exciting.

Happy reading.

 

Sincerely,
Eric Steineger
Senior Poetry Editor
The Citron Review

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Alan Stewart Carl Remaining Flash Fiction
Kristan Hoffman Misting Flash Fiction
Erin Veith Urgency Is What I Added to the Landscape Poetry
Alicia Catt Roadkill Self-Portrait Creative Nonfiction
Robert Rothman Early Morning At The Diner Poetry
Susie Sweetland Garay Photo Gallery Photography
David K. Wheeler Parallax: Asterisms Poetry
David K. Wheeler Parallax: Generation Poetry
David K. Wheeler Parallax: Migration Poetry
Suzanne Farrell Smith Television Creative Nonfiction
April Selley Stories of Longing Creative Nonfiction
Mark L. Keats Cara Flash Fiction
Beth Keefauver Resurrection Flash Fiction
Kelly Miller Clone Creative Nonfiction
James Ducat Advice Poetry
Peter Grieco At the Musarium (18) Poetry
Charlene Langfur The Addiction Poetry
David O’Neal Ed Curran Poetry
David O’Neal In the North Part of Vermont Poetry
Rae Gouirand February Poetry
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