Summer 2013

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Letter from the Editors

 

Welcome to the Summer 2013 Issue of The Citron Review. In addition to the talented writers we are showcasing in this issue, we also have exciting news to announce. The Citron Review has been growing rapidly over the last year, our readership has grown more than 175% in the last twelve months alone. This increase has given us the opportunity to increase our staff and better serve our literary community.

We are delighted to welcome Jacqui Morton, Kat Kambes, Karly Little and Jeff Edwards to The Citron Review. These vibrant writers will bring experience and passion for the months and years to come.

Thank you for reading, sharing and growing our publication.

 

TCR Staff

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Emma Burcart Block Creative Nonfiction
Lisa Baker The Agate Miner Poetry
Michael A. Kiggins Confounding Variables Flash Fiction
Andrea Spofford The Pine Effect Creative Nonfiction
Sarah Kravitz Sinking into the Earth Flash Fiction
Jeremy Freedman Pessoa in New York, Diver, Floating Girl, Dancer, and Half-Seen Photography
Honor McElroy The Paper Cut Out of an Explorer Flash Fiction
Nels Hanson First Night in Missoula Poetry
Nels Hanson Gift in Autumn Poetry
Seth Clabough How to Get Arrested Flash Fiction
Anthony Santulli Sorry For Your Loss Creative Nonfiction
Kait Heacock The Storyteller Flash Fiction
Peter Ciccariello Scared Rabbit & Scared Rabbit Redux Series Digital Art
Sheila Meltzer Bologna Creative Nonfiction
John Gifford Pusher Micro Fiction
Honor McElroy Ink Flash Fiction
Jim Ruland Succumb Creative Nonfiction
Rob Shapiro Charlotte Flash Fiction
Caleb Beissert Pablo Neruda’s Orinoco Poetry Translation
Caleb Beissert Pablo Neruda’s
Ode to Federico García Lorca
Poetry Translation
Caleb Beissert Pablo Neruda’s Araucaria Poetry Translation
Caleb Beissert Pablo Neruda’s Pucatrihue Poetry Translation
Katherine Soniat River Porcelain Poetry
Katherine Soniat Milk Porcelain Poetry
Katherine Soniat Not Porcelain Poetry
Katherine Soniat Emergence Poetry

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