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The Chariton Review

About this magazine: The Chariton Review showcases work exhibiting a strong sense of the writer’s craft, familiarity with contemporary innovations and conversations, and mindfulness of various rich traditions.

Contact Information:

Editors: James D’Agostino

Truman State University Press

100 E Normal Ave

Kirksville, MO 63501

Phone: (660) 785-7336

Email: chariton@truman.edu

Website: tsup.truman.edu/aboutChariton.asp

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Submission/Subscription Information:

Formats: print, e-pub Genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translations Simultaneous submissions: yes (with notice) Postal submissions: yes Email submissions: yes (see website) Online submissions: no Reading period: year-round Response time: 3 months Payment: copies Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 0098-9452 Founded: 1975 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Gale-Cengage Copy price: $15 Sample price (postpaid): $15 Average pages: 112 Subscription (ind) 1 year: $20 Subscription (inst) 1 year: $30

Publisher's description: The Chariton Review showcases work that exhibits a strong sense of the craft and conventions of poetry, fiction, and essays. It includes literature that demonstrates an active familiarity with contemporary innovations and conversations in literary writing and exhibits mindfulness of various rich traditions.

The Chariton Review supports the artistic community of poets and writers by offering peer-reviewed feedback on their creative work to help develop the author's craft.

This international literary journal was founded in 1975 by Andrew Grossbardt and edited by Jim Barnes from 1976 to 2010. Dr. James D’Agostino is editor. He is the author of Nude with Anything, and his work has appeared in numerous poetry magazines and journals. He teaches at Truman State University, which supported The Chariton Review for many years. Truman State University Press began managing production and distribution of the journal in 2008.

Recent Issues:

The Chariton Review’s Spring 2014 issue features the winner, Mark Mayer, of the short fiction prize as well as the finalists Charles Green and J. Bowers. Plus short fiction by Laura Farmer, an essay by Priscilla Long, and poetry by Claire Bowman, Sass Brown, Cassie Duggan, Andrew Kindiger, Ilyse Kusnetz, Lynn Martin, Rachel Mindell, Kasey Perkins, Alison Stagner, Rob Sulewski, Daniel Tobin, Miles Waggener, and Steven Wingate.

 

last updated 07/28/2014