Stop by our table (#2025) at the 2015 AWP Conference in Minneapolis and get a free copy of John Englehardt’s micro-chapbook, This Is Great But You Don’t Need It. John’s story won our 2014 Flash Fiction Contest; you can currently read the story on our website.
We’ll have 100 copies of this micro-chapbook available, each is individually numbered. Get them while supplies last!
And remember, you can also pick up one of our free postcards at this year’s conference. We’ll have discounts on current and back issues, and be sure to stop by our off-site reading at Eat My Words Bookstore.
The Conium Review‘s Managing Editor, James R. Gapinski, will be presenting at Grub Street‘s annual “The Muse & The Marketplace Conference” in Boston, MA. His presentation, titled “Beyond the Seven Basic Plots: An Exploration of Experimental Writing,” is slated for Saturday, May 2nd at 12:00pm.
You can find the full conference schedule here: http://museandthemarketplace2015.com/full-schedule/
And you can register for the conference here: http://museandthemarketplace2015.com/register/
We’ll have flash fiction postcards available for free at this year’s AWP Conference in Minneapolis, MN. The postcards feature Daniel Aristi’s “Mart of Karbala” and Mercedes Lawry’s “The Pale Investigator.” Each limited-run postcard is numbered (50 copies of each variant; 100 copies total). These free postcards will be available at The Conium Review‘s table (number 2025) and at the NewPages booth (number 415). Get yours while supplies last!
P.S. We’ll also have a micro-chap version of John Englehardt’s “This is Great But You Don’t Need It” available for free. More details on that micro-chap soon! Be sure to stop by our table to say “hello” and get some swag (and maybe buy a copy of our latest issue too).
Unable to attend this year’s AWP Conference in Minneapolis, MN? Still want a sweet deal on a fantastic lit mag? We’ve got you covered.
For a limited time, we’re selling The Conium Review‘s latest issue for just $10.00 with free domestic shipping! (For international shipping, please e-mail us for an invoice).
This is our latest issue, with work from Olivia Ciacci, Tom Howard, D. V. Klenak, Jan LaPerle, Zach Powers, Christine Texeira, and Meeah Williams. It normally retails for $12.00 plus shipping costs. Get ’em while they last.
The Conium Review‘s Managing Editor, James R. Gapinski, will present at the upcoming Engaging Practices: A University of Massachusetts Boston Conference on the Teaching of Composition.
The presentation, titled “New Media and the Role of Video Games in Composition Classrooms,” is scheduled for Saturday, March 28th at 1:45pm at UMass’s Boston campus.
James teaches composition and writing at Bunker Hill Community College, and his teaching methods incorporate a number of new technologies. Presentation highlights include discussions of video games as literature, ludo narrative, interactive fiction, and new literacies in college-level composition programs.