The Monarch Review, an online and print journal dedicated to publishing visual, literary and musical art, launched on November 10, 2010. The editors of TMR seek poetry, fiction, non-fiction, visual arts and music that display the inherent human conflict: work of faith and doubt; work that endures; work that fills the other with curiosity and inspiration. The publication was inspired by the Monarch apartments, home to a myriad of Seattle artists who appreciate the sense of creative community a common building provides.
The editors of the publication are Nickolai Koveshnikov (Managing Editor), Caleb Thompson (essays and music), Jacob Uitti (poetry and fiction), Todd Jannausch (visual arts) and Evan Flory-Barnes (music). The Web-Master for the review is Sarah Kulfan (Beans n’ Rice graphic design).
To submit, see the website for complete guidelines. The first online issue was launched in early 2011 with the inaugural print issue due out in fall 2011.
A publication dedicated to visual, literary and musical art, The Monarch Review seeks works integral to the creation and sustenance of creative community.