Tag Archives: Spring 2017

  1. On Narrative and Spring

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    Sometimes, we get an appetite for narrative. Of course, narrative remains popular among the kinds of poems we publish, but …
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  2. Victory

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Rob Hill   The Actor climbed the dizzying stairs, like ascending into a nautilus shell, to the top of …
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  3. Notes on the Fiction Selections

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    Since I could remember, I have always been drawn to the heartbreaking stories. Some of those stories turn and bring …
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  4. On My Bed Thinking About You

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Sergio A. Ortiz   You, voiceless and buried in a long-forgotten childhood hideaway, a dark jungle where every tree …
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  5. Sitting On An Antique Sofa In Westin, Massachusetts On A Summer’s Evening

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Jennifer van Alstyne   Yuri sits on mahogany bench & runs fingers Across keyboard, tests A-minor tri-tone Before Handel’s …
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  6. Notes on the Creative Nonfiction Selections

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    In The Citron Review’s Spring 2017 issue, Marianne Cirone and I are glad to present “Salt,” by Laurie Ember, “Wasted …
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  7. Enough

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Maria Terrone   There are gray days in fall when occasional light burnishing the leaves is enough, and you …
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  8. In Havana – For J. Elizabeth Coppola 1961-2000

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Bruce Isaacson   It happened twenty years ago and it happened last night—it happened outside time. Eli. Came to …
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  9. It Would Not Have Our Bones

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Kathryn McMahon   In the winter all the sparrows died. And the falcons and the finches and the blue …
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  10. Salt

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    April 17, 2017 by The Citron Review

    by Laurie Ember   As a little girl, I poured salt on slugs. Summer fun. Thick, white mountains from blue …
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IMAGE CREDIT: Jill Katherine Chmelko. Protest Road, Winter. 2019.

🍋Our Tenth Anniversary

 

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Don't cry...or maybe do. A deeper look at our saltiest moments with Denton Loving's "The Topography of Tears." https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/the-topography-of-tears/ Denton Loving is the author of the poetry collection Crimes Against Birds and editor of Seeking Its Own Level, an Anthology of Writings about Water. His writing has recently appeared in @lunchwithironhorse, @kenyonreview, #ChattahoocheeReview and #TheThreepennyReview. #amreading #creativenonfiction
US President George Washington rode a horse, of course. So we are recognizing this President's birthday with our Winter Issue story, "The Farrier, by Lisa Tuininga. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/the-farrier/ Lisa Tuininga writes fiction and creative nonfiction. She holds a BA in English Literature from DePaul University and has studied at Seattle’s literary center, @hugohouse. Her work has appeared in @belletristmagazine , Adanna Literary Journal, @sharkreeflit, and others (under pen name Lisa Regen) and she is working on her first novel. #amreading #amsubmitting
Whether you celebrate V-Day or you're anti-V-Day, we all have laundry to do. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/15/hanging-out-the-laundry/ Kris Willcox's work is in publications including The Cimarron Review​, @beloitfictionjournal , and @PDXReview. #amreading #flashfiction #litmag
Dive deep into some #flashfiction with @elpattee. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/men-learn-to-swim-in-the-deep-end/ Emma Pattee’s writing has been published in @nytimes and @carvecommunity and is forthcoming in @marieclairemag. She was a 2019 AWP Writer-to-Writer mentee and leads the Portland chapter of Women Who Submit. She is currently working on a novel.
We review the debut Cathy Ulrich collection Ghosts of You (@okaydonkeymag) We're over the moon with ZEST. https://citronreview.com/2020/02/09/debut-fiction-review-by-jr-walsh/ #amreading #flashfiction
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