Cimarron Review :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About Cimarron Review: Since 1967, Cimarron Review has continually published some of the strongest fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, including work by Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners.
205 Morrill Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stilwater, OK 74078
Phone: (405) 744-9476
ISSN: 0009-6849 Founded: 1967 Issues per year: 4 Distributors: Ubiquity, Kent News, NewPages Copy Price: $9 domestic, $12 Int'l Subscription (Ind): $32 domestic, $38 Int'l Subscription (Inst): $32 domestic, $38 Int'l
Publisher’s Description: One of the oldest quarterlies in the nation, Cimarron Review publishes work by writers at all stages of their careers, including Pulitzer prize winners, writers appearing in the Best American Series and the Pushcart anthologies, and winners of national book contests. Since 1967, Cimarron has showcased poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with a wide-ranging aesthetic. Our editors seek the bold and the ruminative, the sensitive and the shocking, but above all they seek imagination and truth-telling, the finest stories, poems, and essays from working writers across the country and around the world.
NewPages’s Reviewer John Palen says Cimarron Review “is one of those treasures among lit magazines—a publication whose commitment to high standards keeps us honest.”
The Cimarron Review is a proud member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP) and regularly nominates work for notable contests. The magazine is published four times a year out of the English Department at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, OK.
Cimarron‘s Issue #183 has arrived, and editors here are particularly excited about its contents which contain poetry from Carrie Shipers, Colleen Abel, Mark Wisniewski, Andrea Fry, Charles Harper Webb, Stephen Gibson, Ariana Nadia Nash, Sara Grieve, Marianne Kunkel, Pamela Uschuk, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Judith Skillman, Doug Cox, Veronica Golos, Bern Mulvey, Agnes Lam, Patrick Donnelly, Robert Gibb, Jeremy Halinen, Kathryn Levy, Christopher Phelps, Ellen McGrath Smith, Jody Azzouni, Susanna Lang, and Bruce Cohen; Fiction by Christopher Hebert, David Williams, and Sharon Solwitz; with nonfiction by Beatriz Zalce.
Cure the winter doldrums with Cimarron Review‘s Issue #182, featuring the stunning photography of David Mondedeu on its cover. Dedicated to the memory of Cimarron contributor Steve Street, this issue also features poetry by Lisa Ampleman, Ruben Quesada, Kate Gleason, and Anemone Beaulier, Paul Curtis Daw’s translation of Michel Lambert’s story, additional fiction by Joseph O’Malley and Kate McIntyre, and nonfiction about balding and tanning respectively by Christiane Buuck and Meagan Ciesla.
Cimarron Review Issue 181 has arrived, and readers everywhere will delight in its contents, which features poetry by Rachel Mennies, Patricia McMillen, Matthew Siegel, Matt Schumacher, Audrey Walls, Jean-Paul de Dadelsen, Glenn Shaheen, Marcella Sulak, Chantel Acevedo, Sean Patrick Hill, Kyle McCord, Jo Ann Clark, Leslie McGrath, Alan Feldman, Maung Pyiyt Min, Amy Glynn Greacen, Johann De Lange, Adam Day, Susan Grimm, Sandra M. Castillo, and Peter Leight; fiction by Michael Cooper, Katie Cortese, and Jacqueline Kolosov; and nonfiction by Pamela Alexander and Caroline Sutton.
last updated 05/16/2013