SNReview :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About SNReview: SNReview (SNR) is a quarterly literary online and print magazine of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
197 Fairchild Ave.
Fairfield, CT 06825-4856
Phone: (203) 366-5991
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: yes Reading period: year-round Response time: More than six months Payment: no Contests: no ISSN: 1527-344X Founded: 1999 Issues per year: 4
Publisher’s description: The SN in SNReview comes from the painting “The Starry Night,” a representation of Saint-Remy as Vincent Van Gogh saw it from his sanitarium window. He was not capturing reality. He added the cypress tree on the left and repositioned the constellation Ursa Major—for art sometimes cheats reality to get to a truth—in this case Van Gogh’s truth. In doing so the painting as with all good art moves us in unexpected ways.
We look for the same from our contributors of short stories, poetry, and creative (literary) nonfiction. Our writers, some of whom have published several books and some whose work appear for the first time in SNReview, reveal a truth or truths through the stories found in their prose and poetry. The publication is available online as well as in PDF, print, and Kindle editions.
SNReview's Fall/Winter 2012 issue features fiction by Whitney Call, Mike Clough, Jackie Craven, Richard Holinger, Joseph O’Malley, Bonnie Sedgemore, and Adelaide B. Shaw; creative nonfiction by Joe Baumann, Joseph Conlin, Richard Schmitt, and Martin Sprott; and poetry by Nabin Kumar Chhetri, Amanda Hempel, Lowell Jaeger, Igor, Erika Meyers, Sonnet Mondal, Mark Petrie, Gerald Solomon, Laura Solomon, and Robert Joe Stout.
last updated 1/07/13