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The Citron Review
Micro-Fiction, Flash-Fiction, Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry, Art
About The Citron Review: The Citron Review is a quarterly publication that publishes flash fiction, micro fiction, flash creative nonfiction, poetry, photography, and art. Think efficiency, brevity, and intimacy.
Editors: Heather Luby, Aaron Gansky, Antonia Crane
Genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, photography, artwork
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 4-6 weeks Payment: no Contests: yes (see website) Founded: 2009 Issues per year: 4 Print issues: no
Publisher's description: The Citron Review is an independent online literary quarterly edited by alumni of the esteemed Antioch University Los Angeles Creative Writing Program. We publish works of resonant beauty in the form of micro fiction, flash fiction, poetry, flash creative nonfiction, art, and photography.
The Citron Review has published writers such as Louis Bourgeois, Bruce Holland Rogers, Diana M. Raab, Margaux Griffith, Christine Fadden, and Matthew Brennan.
At The Citron Review we are dedicated to showcasing the talents of established and emerging writers alike. We actively seek to discover and nurture new voices and passionately believe our journal should serve an active, supportive role in the literary ecosystem.
We are delighted by the economy of the super short form. We crave smart, tight words with emotional impact. Spare us sloppy or cute. Give us the brave shimmer.
Welcome to the Summer 2013 Issue of The Citron Review. We are delighted to welcome Jacqui Morton, Kat Kambes, Karly Little and Jeff Edwards to The Citron Review. Thank you for reading, sharing and growing our publication.
Last updated 07/29/2013