Mar 10, 2016
HOUDINI, Kirby Wright’s first play, was performed at the Secret Theatre in New York in February 2016. He will be lecturing as a Visiting Writer this Fall in Finland and Sweden.
Kirby Wright’s work appeared in three prior issues of The Conium Review, and he has been published in numerous other literary magazines, including Pithead Chapel, Calliope, Drunken Boat, Monkey Puzzle, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and others. He is the author of several books, most recently Hong Kong Man (Lemon Shark Press, 2015).
Nov 30, 2014
The Conium Review: Volume 3 is available for purchase! Support small press publishing, and get a copy directly through our website. The issue is available as a paperback, and we also have a snazzy collector’s edition box set for sale.
You can also find copies of the paperback at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble’s website, and elsewhere on the Internet.
Copies hit brick-and-mortar bookstore shelves in the next couple days (or weeks, in some cases).Past publications have been stocked at the Big Idea Bookstore Cooperative (Pittsburgh, PA), Broadway Books (Portland, OR), Reading Frenzy (Portland, OR), Housing Works Bookstore Care (New York, NY), Quimby’s Bookstore (Chicago, IL), Open Books (Chicago, IL), and Woodland Pattern Book Center (Milwaukee, WI). This issue will appear at many of our usual bookstore partners, and we hope to expand to other independent bookstore locations very soon.
For cash-strapped lit lovers, Vol. 3 will also be available at several libraries, including the Mellow Pages Library (Brooklyn, NY), the University of Wisconsin Memorial Library (Madison, WI), the Library of Congress (Washington, DC) ,and elsewhere.
This volume of The Conium Review features new fiction from Olivia Ciacci, Tom Howard, D. V. Klenak, Jan LaPerle, Zach Powers, Christine Texeira, and Meeah Williams. In these eight strange and surreal narratives, you’ll find a company that sells night-in-shining-armor-style happy endings, a boy with a second person trapped inside of him, a contemporary fable with a chickadee protagonist, and more. The pieces include flash fiction, short stories, and novella-length fiction.
Oct 26, 2013
David Budbill recently performed his poems with The William Parker Quartet at THE STONE on New York’s Lower East Side on October 12th, for details go to: http://thestonenyc.com/calendar.php?month=1 and scroll down to October 12th.
The band and David will repeat the show in Milan, Italy, on November 17th at the Teatro Manzoni, for more information go to: http://aperitivoinconcerto.com/index.php?idPagina=2-1&evento=4
David has published several poetry books and CDs of performance poetry. He was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013, and his Park Songs: A Poem/Play, was recently released from Exterminating Angel Press (2012).