We’ve got a swanky flyer for our upcoming AWP Conference panel. Show your love for The Conium Review by making a gazillion copies and distributing them to every single person you meet. Get a printable PDF version of the flyer here.
“What the Heck Does Innovative Fiction Mean?: Authors Cut Through the Jargon” is organized by The Conium Review, and it will feature a down-to-earth chat with Carmiel Banasky, Matt Bell, Ashley Farmer, and Manuel Gonzales. Our managing editor, James R. Gapinski, moderates. The panel is from 3:00 to 4:15 on Friday, April 1st. Join us at the Scott James Bookfair Stage for a riveting discussion and Q&A on innovative fiction. Directly after this panel, Carmiel Banasky will be signing copies of The Suicide of Claire Bishop at our table (#1238). We hope to see you there!
Manuel Gonazles’s The Regional Office is Under Attack! is available for pre-order! Release date: April 12, 2016.
Manuel is the author of The Miniature Wife and Other Stories. He judged our 2014 Innovative Short Fiction Contest. Glad to see his novel hitting shelves soon!
More news from last year’s Innovative Short Fiction Contest judge, Manuel Gonzales. His debut book, The Miniature Wife, won Binghamton University’s John Gardner Fiction Book Award. Congrats on the latest award, Manuel!
Last year, he also received Sue Kaufman Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
We’re proud to have had Manuel as a recent judge and looking forward to his next book, The Regional Office is Under Attack!, forthcoming from Riverhead Books.
Here’s peak at The Conium Review Vol. 3 Collector’s Edition. Tom Howard’s “American Rag Story” won our Innovative Short Fiction Contest (judged by Manuel Gonzales, author of The Miniature Wife). Manuel called the story “funny and tragic and formally interesting.“
Brown cardstock cover, black front leaf, and linen interior pages. Volume 3 releases on November 30th. Remember that the a paperback edition is available too!