Thursday, July 5, 2012

Call for Submissions: The Citron Review

The Citron Review is now accepting submissions for our Fall 2012 Issue. The Citron Review is an online literary journal edited by alumni of the esteemed Antioch University Los Angeles Creative Writing Program, listed as a top five low residency program in Poets and Writers and Atlantic Monthly.

What should you submit? The Citron Review accepts submission of Micro-Fiction, Flash Fiction, Poetry and Creative Non-Fiction. We are looking for works that have that unmistakable magnetic pull. Stories that make us jump up from our seats or throw our head in our hands and cry, yes! Make us feel, make us think, be captivating, be moving, be infinite.

General Information: To submit to The Citron Review, please use our submissions manager.

You can also see full guidelines on our website.

Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but it is expected authors must notify us immediately if their work is published elsewhere.


PT Dilloway, Superhero Author said...

I'm going to stick an industrial strength magnet in the envelope and write a piece of flash fiction on it. That'll be all symbolic and stuff.

What's a "low residency" program? Anything low doesn't sound that great.

Jeanne Lyet Gassman said...

Ha! Actually good flash is tough to write. Takes a lot of careful editing to pull off. Low-Res MFA programs are high-intensity. You spend only 10 days on campus but do a ton of writing and craft work during the semester with your advisor. And there are no vacations, winter, or summer breaks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sending submissions our way!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sending submissions our way Jeanne!

Jeanne Lyet Gassman said...

Citron Review,

You are more than welcome! Hope you receive lots of good submissions.