Since transitioning to an online magazine, The Baltimore Review publishes their first cumulative print issue, which includes work from their first two online issues. “In the future, our annual print issues will include the work from all quarterly issues,” the editor’s note indicates. “We hope that you will enjoy the array of voices in these pages. There is music in the language here. There are stories you will remember for a long time.”
Included in the print issue is the 2011 Short Fiction Competition’s first place winner Linda Barnhart’s “The New Victorians.” There is also writing from the Room Theme Contest:
Emily Roller: “Improvement”
Jen Murvin Edwards: “Come In, Come In”
Heather Martin: “On Maimeó”
Other contributors to the issue include Ned Balbo, Harry Bauld, Nathan Gower, Josh Green, Paul Hostovsky, Tim Kahl, Todd Kaneko, Michael Kimball, Peter Kispert, Beth Lefebvre, Christopher Lowe, Jen Michalski, Devin Murphy, Andrew Purcell, Seth Sawyers, Catherine Thomas, Angela Narciso Torres, Michelle Valois, James Walser, Stephen J. West, Gregory Wolos, and many more.