Marina Petrova has a new short story published at Catapult. Check out “Bolano” here.
Marina is currently a fiction editor for The Conium Review. Prior to becoming an editor for us, she was published in Vol. 4 with her story “Dictator in a Jar.” Her work has also appeared in The Brooklyn Rail, The Los Angeles Review of Books, and Late Night Library. She holds an MFA from The New School and lives in New York City.
Our latest issue has been reviewed at NewPages. The reviewer, Kirsten McIlvenna, raves “The Conium Review boasts a radiant collection of imaginative and intriguing stories that surprise, consume, and enchant the reader.” Read the full review here.
Marina Petrova’s magical realist story, “Dictator in a Jar,” is absurd, satirical, and laugh out loud hilarious. The brown 65-lb. card stock cover lists step-by-step instructions for creating your own dictator in a jar, should the mood strike. This 5.25″ by 7.5″ chapbook is printed on 24-lb. natural white linen paper with an inside leaf made from drafting paper.
This chapbook is one of nine items found in our upcoming Vol. 4 Collector’s Edition. Pre-orders for the paperback are now on sale. Ordering information for the Collector’s Edition will be available soon.