The Meadow :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About The Meadow: The Meadow is the annual print and online literary journal of Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada.
Truckee Meadows Community College
7000 Dandini Boulevard VSTA B300
Reno, NV 89512-3999
Phone: (775) 673-7092
Simultaneous submissions: yes Postal submissions: no Email submissions: yes Reading period: 9/1-2/1 Response time: 2-4 months Payment: copies Contests: no ISSN: 0886-8654 Founded: 2000 Issues per year: 1 Copy price: Free Average pages: 132-136 Sample price (postpaid): Free full PDF online Subscription 1 year: no annual subscription fee
Publisher’s description: The Meadow, the literary journal of Truckee Meadows Community College, is an annual print and online journal. We are one of the few journals in the country who publish our best student work alongside national writers such as Campbell McGrath, Kim Barnes, Jillian Lauren, Khaled Hosseini, and Ellen Hopkins among others.
We seek to publish the best work submitted whether it is student work, a national writer or an undiscovered writer who has never published before, and to achieve that aim all work is considered without names and judged solely on its own merit. Though we are located in the west, we are not exclusively a western magazine. Our editorial focus is open and hopes to be surprised.
The 2013 issue features fiction by Shelby Cook, Charles Rafferty, Lauren Eyler, and Justin Crawford; nonfiction by Gerry LaFemina, Debra Fox, Melissa Laws, and Robert Lively; and poetry by Joseph Fasano, Simon Perchik, Steve Shilling, J. Patrick Lewis, Mitch Grabois, Daniel Aristi, Stephen Christopher Schlatter, Diane Hinkley, Brandon PeQueen, Logan Seidl, Emily Jewel, Andrea Buchanan, Adam Tavel, Alyse K. Bensel, Evan Adkins, Colin Dodds, Anthony Frame, Jane Rosenberg LaForge, Tim Applegate, Joe Benevento, Angelo Perez, and many more.
The 2012 issue features fiction by Catherine Austin Alexander, Rebecca Andem, Cristina Crocker Escribano, Scott Tucker, and Brady Harrison; nonfiction by Nancy O’Connell; poetry by Cameron Aveson, Paul Hostovsky, Maya Jewell Zeller, Kaitlyn Carr, B.T. Joy, Lindsey Neely, Victoria Kellie, Bryn Homuth, Tanisha Shannon, and more; art byf Suzanne Roberts, Dana Oldfather, and Ivy Antonowitsch.
This issue (2011) features an interview with Alyson Hagy regarding her short story collection, Ghosts of Wyoming, excellent poetry by Maya Jewell Zeller, Suzanne Roberts, Gary Metras, Nathan Graziano, Alan King, Karen A. Terrey, Andrei Guruianu, and prose by Scott Tucker, Bipin Aurora, and Angelo Perez as well as others. The full online version will be posted soon.
last updated 6/10/2013