Winter 2009

Letter from the Editor

 

Welcome to the Winter Issue, 2009. We have a delectable spread for you this quarter, with some of the finest poetry, and short fiction and non-fiction on the web. This month we spotlight a new feature: Editor contributions. Each quarter, one of our editors will contribute an article on the craft of writing. This quarter, Antonia Crane interviews Rob Roberge on the slippery slope between memoirs and fiction.

 

Table of Contents

 

Laura Gardner Lost and Found Creative Nonfiction
Steve Da Jarnatt Alpha Zed Flash Fiction
Heather Luby Shine Flash Fiction
Crouch and Copeland Photography Photography
L. Ward Abel The Sun Appears to Drop Poetry
Khadija Anderson Two Poems Poetry
Janet Butler Unraveled Poetry
Harry Calhoun Stubble Poetry
Howie Good Do Wa Ditty (A Love Song) Poetry
Paul Handley Point/Counter Poetry
Collin James The Apology Poetry
Sergio Ortiz African Dancer Poetry
Dan Romo Two Poems Poetry
Tina Rubin The Last Mountain Poetry
Christopher Woods Flight Visual Fiction
Carole Rosenthal Smile Flash Fiction
Kate Maruyama Sat Nam Flash Fiction
William Garnett Things to do… Flash Fiction
Megan Jones How to Hate Your Life Flash Fiction
Antonia Crane Fiction, the Short Form and The Trouble with Memoir: with Rob Roberge Interview
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Robert Carr’s “Anchor” is what happens when the tangible aspects of heritage are missing. The speaker is left holding a telephone cord and the remnants of his mother’s voice getting further away. A concise stack of images begin the poem, taking us back to a time when the simplicity of toys meant family. In Carr’s hands, the poem is rooted and rootless at the same time, and now I reflect on the rotary phone, heirlooms from old houses, and my people. -Eric Steineger Managing Editor/Senior #amreading #TheCitronReview #Spring2019Issue #10thanniversary #cheersto10years https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/anchor/
The Center, if it holds, requires the Hole, as if the Spiral were pressed in a vinyl disk. Set the heart of Nothing on the spindle and start the record round; "Record" by James B. Nicola #TheCitronReview #Spring2019 #amreading https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/record/
Marriage! That blessed arrangement! https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/white-wedding/ #amreading #microfiction #weddingstories
Now in our Spring Issue, Helen Chambers invites us to read now of forever hold our peace. https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/spring-wedding/ #amreading #microfiction #weddingstories
Knitters of the world, unite! "Turtles" is a needle-gripping flash from @kaelyhorton . March with us toward passionate prose. (Stitching now our handmade Spring 2019 Issue.) https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/turtles/ #amreading #flashfiction
Tornado of Flash Fiction Warning! https://citronreview.com/2019/03/20/outside-of-oklahoma/ #amreading #Spring2019 #TheCitronReview #cheerstotenyears

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