May 15, 2016
Our new Critique & Feedback submission option is now open! This pilot program lasts through May 31st. If there’s a strong response, we hope to continue the service throughout the year.
For a $30 fee, you can submit to this category and receive extensive editorial feedback. Your feedback will typically be at least a page long (single spaced), including suggested revisions/edits, recommended reading, and answers to any specific questions you might have about your writing.
As part of the submission process, you can also have the critiqued work considered for publication (the piece will go through normal consideration channels; there’s no favoritism or preference toward publishing pieces submitted as part of the critique service). Full guidelines are available here.
Jan 15, 2015
Conium Press is currently considering chapbook and book submissions for the 2015 and 2016 publication cycles. We’re open to any length. A $10 reading fee must accompany all manuscripts. Response times are typically one to three months.
We’re also accepting general submissions for our next print edition (no reading fee, April 1st deadline).
Our Innovative Short Fiction Contest ($500 prize; judged by Amelia Gray) opens to submissions on February 1st, 2015.
All submissions must go through Submittable.
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Jan 1, 2014
The Conium Review is currently open for fiction and poetry submissions. Submit between January 1st and April 1st, 2014 using our Submittable page.
We publish innovative writing from new and established authors. There are no line limits or length restrictions. Simultaneous submissions are okay. Find the full guidelines on the Submittable page or on our website.
Dec 8, 2013
The Conium Review‘s Innovative Short Fiction Contest begins in one week. Mark your calendars, and get your submissions ready for December 15th. The contest guidelines are available here: http://www.coniumreview.com/contests.html
The winner receives $500, publication, copies of the issue, and a copy of the judge’s book.