Christopher Woods is a writer, teacher, and photographer, who lives in Chappell Hill, Texas. He has published a novel, The Dream Patch, a prose collection, Under a Riverbed Sky, and a book of stage monologues for actors, Heart Speak. His work has appeared in The Southern Review, New England Review, New Orleans Review, Columbia, and Glimmer Train, among others. His photographs can be seen in his gallery: http://christopherwoods.zenfolio.com/.
The Fire That Night, Volume 4, Issue 1
Sandy Coomer is a poet, artist, and endurance athlete. She is the author of three poetry chapbooks, including the forthcoming Rivers Within Us (Unsolicited Press). Her art has been featured in local art shows and exhibits and has been published in literary art journals. She lives in Brentwood, TN.
Interior, Phoenix Rising, and Spiral Galaxy, Volume 4, Issue 1
We are currently reading submissions for our eighth issue! The theme for the eighth issue is: comics, be it drawn in sequential images or just plain funny. See the Submit tab for details on how to submit. We accept photography, art, comics, creative nonfiction, fiction, flash fiction, experimental work, and poetry.
Leah Givens has provided photographs for the covers of The Colored Lens, Existere and Penduline Press, among other literary magazines. Her photography has been exhibited in Georgia, Missouri, and New Mexico. Her education is primarily in medicine; she received her M.D. from Washington University in St. Louis and has worked in medical research.
Cartwheel, Like the Sun, Viewpoint, and Letdown, Volume 3, Issue 2
Roger Camp is the author of three photography books including the award winning Butterflies in Flight (Thames & Hudson, 2002) and Heat (Charta, Milano, 2008). His work has appeared in over 100 magazines including The New York Quarterly, New England Review, and Witness.
Blue Baloon on the Seine, Ile St. Louis, Paris and Baloons with Heart, Kristiansand, Norway, Volume 3, Issue 2
For the sixth issue of The Magnolia Review, 3 artists submitted 11 pieces of art and photography, 5 creative nonfiction writers submitted 6 creative nonfiction pieces, 40 fiction writers submitted 42 stories, and 52 poets submitted 169 poems.
The delayed issue will be available in October.
Dom Fonce is an undergrad English major at Youngstown State University. He’s been published in fiction, poetry, comics, and journalism. Some of his work can be found at Calliope of the University of Mount Union, Penguin Review, the Jambar, and the forthcoming summer 2017 issue of 3Elements Review. Collaborated with Vincent Butka (penciller), Jared Burton (inker and colorist), and Kaleena Spackman (letterer).
The Book Harvest, Volume 3, Issue 2