Tag Archives: Winter 2016

  1. Picking the Bones

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Alle C. Hall   Waka was shopping in town the morning the sea came in. There was no eldest …
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  2. Catch a Deluge in a Paper Cup

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Grant Price   Of course he chose that song for it. That old Crowded House one where he sings …
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  3. String Figures

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by JR Tappenden and Heather Lang   Even in August, a trickle ran through the bottom of the wash behind …
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  4. It’s Not the Trees’ Fault

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Charles Cantrell   I’d rather make love to a tree’s knothole than read most poems about trees. It’s not …
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  5. Outside Our Apartment in Germany, 1996 (after “Clean Slate” by Joanna McNaney)

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Cole Meyer   We’re all squinting. The glare of the melting sidewalk snow too harsh. My sister’s bangs droop …
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  6. Four Generations

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Richa Gupta   I infuse disappointment in my sighs, think about getting a job and maybe buying a corset …
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  7. Boxed In

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Jennifer Lang   “Hey, so have you bought a plot yet?” our friend Seth asks as we round the …
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  8. Inside the Snow Globe

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Peter Leight   in a darkness of whiteness, the transparent shell curved like an eyeball or restrictive lens, at …
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  9. The Velociraptors

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    by Becca Borawski Jenkins   Sofia is the youngest hen and she comes running whenever we cook hamburgers on the …
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  10. Notes on the Creative Nonfiction Selections

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    December 22, 2016 by The Citron Review

    Precision is one of many things that we look for in submissions at Citron. Precise, controlled language is important in …
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Snow on brush in desert

IMAGE CREDIT: Jill Katherine Chmelko. Protest Road, Winter. 2019.

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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
We're ready to read your Flash, Micros, Creative Nonfiction and Poetry. Submit at citronreview.com
Micros are always on our mind. Come around back and live the story Sean Pravica has conjured. https://citronreview.com/2019/12/21/sign-of-life/ Sean Pravica's next book, Hold Still Fast, is a collection of 200 stories 50 words and under. It's out in May from @Pelekinetic. #amreading #microfiction

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