Tag Archives: Fall 2011

  1. What I Look for in Poetry Submissions

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    Sex. I’m inclined to say yes when it is done well. However, I am looking for a poem that leaves …
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  2. What I Look for in a Fiction Submission

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    A daring voice and subject matter that sticks to my ribs. I favor downward spirals: abuse, addiction, suffering and triumph. …
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  3. What I Look for in a Fiction Submission

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    When I began thinking about this question I immediately thought of James Engelhardt, the former managing editor of Prairie Schooner. …
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  4. Editor’s Choice – Antidote

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    by Jonathan Berzer   The evening routine is interrupted by a storm. Thunder knocks politely. Strikes of lightning disturb the …
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  5. Editor’s Choice – Stay

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    by Alexandria Montgomery   I severed myself from Alex the previous Spring when he threatened to kill my dogs back …
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  6. Editor’s Choice – It’s Awfully Late for Patti Michelle

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    It’s Awfully Late For Patti Michelle: a non-fiction excerpt originally published in Fourteen Hills, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2011) by …
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  7. Editor’s Choice – Any Sense At All

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    by Michael Zapata   On March 15th 1979, Juan Cortazar disappeared from Jorge Rafeal Videla High School in Buenos Aires. …
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  8. What I Look for in a CNF Submission

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    Wit, creepiness and awkward intimacy. I love memoir that contains emotional risk like Lidia Yuknavitch’s memoir Chronology of Water and …
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  9. Editor’s Choice – Two Poems by Curt Eriksen

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    by Curt Eriksen Patience To have just the time and the good luck to sit and watch all one day …
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  10. Editor’s Choice – Impact

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    October 31, 2011 by The Citron Review

    by Dennis Fulgoni   Harold wiggles into position at the top of the slide. He scoots his skinny butt forward, …
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A parental pair of Creative Nonfiction pieces that's music to our ears: "Opera Mom" and "Opera Dad" brings transcendent melody to our Spring Issue. https://citronreview.com/2020/03/19/opera-dad/ https://citronreview.com/2020/03/19/opera-mom/ Claire T. Lawrence is a Professor of Creative Writing at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. She has a PhD in Fiction from the University of Houston - Creative Writing Program and an MFA in Fiction from the The University of Utah. She has published fiction, poetry, and memoir in numerous magazines including Crab Orchard Review, TriQuarterly Online, Event Magazine, Terra Nova, and Western Humanities Review. #amreading #creativenonfiction

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