Superstition Review

Speaking of journals I dig which you should submit to, Superstition Review just sent out a call for subs also.  I have one poem, called “Faux Hawk,” which will be in their issue which comes out next month, I believe (I’ll post the link when it’s up).  They actually solicited me for it, which always brightens up the day.  So that should give you some idea of their aesthetic.  And the list of contributors below will probably indicate to you that they’re open to all sorts of different stuff.  So don’t be a tyrannical buttwipe.  Send them some of your overabundant brilliance.

 

Submissions Period Ends Oct 31st

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We are  now accepting submissions of Art, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry for Issue 6 to be launched November 2010.

 

Please visit http://www.superstitionreview.com to read submission guidelines and Issues 1 – 5 featuring:

 

Adrian C. Louis, Barbara Kingsolver, Billy Collins, Brian Doyle, Carol Ann Bassett, Cary Holladay, Charlotte Holmes, Dan Chaon, Daniel Orozco, David St. John, Deborah Bogen, Edith Pearlman, Elizabeth Searle, Floyd Skloot, Jane Bernstein, Jim Daniels, Joan Connor, Kelli Russell Agodon, Leslie Epstein, Michael S. Harper, Michael Martone, Michelle Menting, Nick Flynn, Nin Andrews, Pam Houston, Sherman Alexie, Sherril Jaffe, Terese Svoboda, and more.

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Save the Date:

Superstition Review presents:

A Reading by Melissa Pritchard

Monday November 8

7:00 pm

Pima Auditorium in the MU on Tempe Campus.

More details coming soon.


Editorial Update:

Superstition Review staff continues to gain momentum on Issue 6. Section editors are reading submissions via  Submishmash. Submit to: http://superstitionreview.submishmash.com/submit

 

Our Interview Editors have confirmed several interviewees for Issue 6 including Beverly Donofrio, Elizabeth Kadetsky, Alberto Ríos, Rishma Dunlop, and Erick Setiawan.


News from our Partners:

Roanoke Review Fiction Contest

Awarding $1000 to some creative soul.
(And $500 to the soul placing second.)


Submission are currently being accepted for the Roanoke Review 2010 Fiction Contest. Prize winner & runners-up will published in 2011 issue.


Submit online or mail unpublished stories (max, 5,000 words) to Roanoke Review Contest, Roanoke College, Salem, VA  24153.


Include $15.00 reading fee for each story.  Make checks out to Roanoke College.


Include a SASE for reply.


Deadline is November 8, 2010 (postmark or online submission).


All entrants will receive a copy of the 2010 Roanoke Review.


For more information, see www.roanokereview.wordpress.com

Superstition Review
240M Santa Catalina Hall
Arizona State University
Mesa AZ 85212


 


 

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