Tag Archives: Spring 2018

  1. Notes on the Poetry Selections

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    Happy spring! As erratic as the weather has been in Asheville, North Carolina (and in many parts of the country), …
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  2. Notes on the Fiction Selections

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    I have recently spent a lot of time thinking about the kind of literature I am drawn to and why. …
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  3. XXV

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Adriane Seville    I carry your song through the day. The song of your body – a little coyote …
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  4. XXIII

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Adriane Seville   For Amarna Miller I have seen all of you, all that you allow to be seen; …
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  5. If I Were the Daughter of My Mother and Wim Wenders

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Lisa Eve Cheby   Forget making it beautiful, it is still the only thing I can do better than …
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  6. Bumbling Through

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Lisa Eve Cheby   The day is not a particularly original gifter, presents what is always already there, little …
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  7. Notes on the Creative Nonfiction Selections

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    Perhaps one of the most important functions of literature is to help us deal with uncertainty. Authors may not set …
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  8. Monsoon City

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Dani Redd   The rains are late this year. The city, in the throes of an extended summer, throbs …
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  9. Solve for X

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Jackie Sizemore   The train spits us out into Normandy. We’ve arrived safely despite having the wrong ticket, and …
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  10. Deep Waters

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    May 2, 2018 by The Citron Review

    by Victoria Miller   She is twenty-nine and works in an office, but that’s not important. She enjoys watching classic …
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IMAGE CREDIT: Jill Katherine Chmelko. Protest Road, Winter. 2019.

🍋Our Tenth Anniversary

 

    Cheers to ten years of celebrating the short form.

 

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Can you talk with animals? "The Soldier on the Mountain" just might have to. Come hike this #flashfiction odyssey from @BlerianaMyftiu with us. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/the-soldier-on-the-mountain/ Bleriana Myftiu is from Tirana, Albania. She holds an MFA in Fiction from San Francisco State University and is a Fiction Reader for @atticusreview. Visit blerianamyftiu.com
Our first poem of 2020 comes from Richard Foerster in our New Winter Issue. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/first-poem/ #amreading #poetry Foerster’s eighth collection is Boy on a Doorstep: New and Selected Poems (Tiger Bark Press, 2019)
Pacific Northwest writer @savannahslonewriter reminds us of our new year's resolutions in "i want to start a podcast but." https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/i-want-to-start-a-podcast-but/ Slone is the author of several books including the forthcoming An Exhalation of Dead Things (@clashbooks, 2021), Hearing the Underwater (@flpbooks, 2019) and This Body is My Own (@ghostcitypress, 2019)
Happy New Year to readers and contributors from @citronreview! Here's to 2020! Our Winter Issue is up at citronreview.com.
Thank you for sharing our 10th anniversary with us. What a citrus-y good year! #topnine2019 #topnine #bestnine2019 #bestnine #TheCitronReview #onlinejournal #briefliterature #cheersto10years #amreading #poetry #cnf #fiction
Poetry is currently closed for submissions until February 1st. Last year Shining Rock Poetry Anthology and Book Review interviewed managing editor @ericsteineger about how we make our poetry picks. Eric writes, "There are poems that are wonderfully accessible and reveal rich narratives. Poems that lessen the distance between the strangers who inhabit the planet and ourselves. But sometimes I read those poems, loving them, and feel I can continue without returning to those lines. Sometimes it is the odd bird in the forest I cannot escape; however hard I try to move on, I return, fascinated by its new pose on a tree -- its awkward, yet strangely affecting song. While it is difficult to describe the voice of a typical Citron poem, I can tell you some of our favorite poets: John Ashbery, Gabrielle Calvocoressi, Terrance Hayes, Kate Hall, Rene Char, Richard Siken, Anne Carson, e.e. cummings, Sharon Olds, Lee Ann Roripaugh, and Brenda Shaughnessy." http://www.shiningrockpoetry.com/notes-on-editing-at-the-citron-review-by-eric-steineger #TheCitronReview #onlinejournal #briefliterature #celebratingtheshortform #cheersto10years #Citron10 #amreading

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