Originally started in 1997 under the name of “Editor’s Picks,” Del Sol Review has transformed from highlighting select work from print journals to being its very own literary magazine. Contributors include Maxine Chernoff, Paul West, Linh Dinh, Holly Iglesias, Deborah Olin Unferth, Michael Martone, and Daniel Bosch.
Del Sol Review accepts unsolicited works of speculative fiction, poetry, prose poetry, creative nonfiction, short stories, and flash fiction year-round. They love works containing unique and interesting subject matter.
Their latest issue, No. 24, is the Richard Basehart Issue. This contains fiction by Joe Kowalski, Zeke Jarvis, Glen Pourciau, Debbie Ann Ice, Evan Steuber, Jenny Drummey, Andrew Stancek, Richard Leise, Risa Mickenberg, Joseph Couchet, Robert Miltner, Ron Riekki, and Mark Walling; and poetry by Michael Salcman, Nancy Botkin, Wendy Barker, Hilary Sideris, Rich Ives, and Nish Amarnath.
I love the little snippets they put with their issues: “Carnivores. Astonomy. Zsa Zsa Gabor Geeks.” or “Innocent, flight, teeth, yecch, and more!”