Thomas Dodson’s essay “From the Library to Las Vegas: the Role of Research in the Writing Process” was recently published in The Tishman Review, and is available online.
Thomas was a contributor to The Conium Review: Vol. 2, No. 2 with his story “Evidence of Harm.” His short stories have also appeared in CONSEQUENCE Magazine, Chicago Quarterly Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, and elsewhere. He is the editor and designer for Printer’s Devil Review, and he is the executive editor of the Best Indie Lit New England series.
Submissions are now open for The Conium Review‘s next print edition! Send up to three flash fictions, two short stories, or one novella. We like innovative works. Experiment with structure and form. Blow the lid off reality. Give us absurd situations and far-out characters. Get weird with it. The submission deadline is April 1st, 2016. Full guidelines available here: http://coniumreview.com/submission-guidelines/
The Conium Review needs a couple new fiction editors for the 2016 publication season. Our staff is volunteer-based (sorry, you’re doomed to be a stereotypical starving artist for the foreseeable future). The reading load involves at least ten submissions per week (and some individual submissions may contain more than one story).
If you’re interested in getting involved, read the details here and then shoot us an e-mail. Be sure to explain why you’re interested in editing for The Conium Review specifically. There are plenty of journals out there. So why us? Flattery will get you everywhere.
“The Conium Review: Vol. 4” ebook cover
James R. Gapinski (managing editor of The Conium Review) has a new story published at Extract(s). Read “Plastic Flamingos” here.