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The Conium Review needs a new editor (or two)

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.

2016 Seersucker Writers Workshop

The 2016 Seersucker Writers Workshop is now accepting applications. Our recent contest judge, Amelia Gray, is one of the visiting faculty. Zach Powers, a recent contributor to The Conium Review, is also one of this year’s special guests! The other faculty and guest writers include Arna Hemenway, Patricia Lockwood, Chad Faries, Sjohnna McCray, Alexis Orgera, and Gale Marie Thompson.
The Seersucker Writers Workshop is a program of Seersucker Liver, a literary nonprofit in Savannah, Georgia designed to promote the local literary community through reading performances and workshops, featuring national, regional, and local writers. The workshop runs from February 3rd to February 7th, 2016 in downtown Savannah. More details and registration info are available on the Seersucker Live website.
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