Feb 5, 2015
Sean McPherson (contributor to The Conium Review Vol. 2, No. 1) was published in I Want You To See This Before I Leave. Read his poem, “Natalie,” here. Congrats on the publication, Sean!
Jan 26, 2014
We’re pleased to welcome two new staff members to The Conium Review: Hillary Leftwich and Adam Padgett.
Hillary Leftwich lives in Denver, CO. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Regis University, and she’s co-founder of the “Denver Shitty Writers” group. She was recently interviewed by The Missouri Review for their “Working Writer Series.” You can follow her on Twitter or read her WordPress blog.
Adam Padgett was a contributor to The Conium Review‘s Spring 2013 issue. His fiction has also appeared in Appalachian Heritage, Santa Clara Review, Cold Mountain Review, SmokeLong Quarterly, and elsewhere. He is a mentor for PEN America’s Prison Writing Program, and he teaches writing at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. You can follow Adam on Twitter.
Jan 9, 2014
Brian Baumgart (contributor to our Spring 2013 issue) was published in Issue #27 of Ruminate Magazine.
Brain is coordinator of creative writing and English faculty at North Hennepin Community College, and he holds an MFA in creative writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato. His writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in Tipton Poetry Journal, Blue Earth Review, and elsewhere. You can hear a reading of his poem “Rules for Loving Right” at Sweet.
Jan 6, 2014
Check out From Sac, a collective of Sacramento Valley writers. The Executive Editor is Jon Alston (he was also a contributor to our Spring 2013 issue). The journal is open to submissions year-round. You can find out more details here: http://www.fromsac.com/
And check out Jon Alston’s blog here: http://jaawriter.blogspot.com/
Dec 18, 2013
Marc Schuster, John Mosemann, and Erik Dutko share their work at the MCPL event “Rhythm and Verse: A Literary and Music Salon.”
This MCPL featured event includes performances by a featured writer and musician, followed by a round-table open mike session designed to promote audience sharing.
Marc Schuster is the author of several books, including The Grievers (The Permanent Press, 2012). His work has appeared in a variety of journals, including Weird Tales and Reader’s Digest. He was the Guest Editor of our Spring 2013 issue.
You can follow Marc’s blog here, and you can find out more about the reading on the MCPL website.