This issue will be delayed due to personal emergencies. I will keep you updated. Thank you.
We are extending our deadline until June 15!
We are accepting submissions for our sixth issue! Deadline is June 15, 2017. The optional theme is: balloons. We are hoping to publish some comics in this issue.
Check out our Submit page for more information.
Check out our newest issue, Volume 3, Issue 1. Click here: the-magnolia-review-volume-3-issue-1-january-2017
Contributors: Arthur Davis, Bibhu Padhi, Cathy Whittaker, Charlene Langfur, Devon Balwit, Doug Bolling, Frances Howard-Snyder, Guinotte Wise, Harindh Kaur, Holly Day, J.P. Sheridan, Jared Pearce, JC Reilly, John McKernan, Julia D. McGuinness, Kirie Pedersen, KR Rosman, Lisa Stice, Lynn White, Marie-Andree Auclair, Marjorie Bloom, Richard Weaver, S.F. Wright, Samantha Chasse, Sarah Bigham, Simon Perchik, Steven Allan Porter, Zebulon Huset, Tommy Dean, and Todd Mercer
Check out the winner of the first The Magnolia Review Ink Award!
Tommy Dean is the author of a flash fiction chapbook entitled Special Like the People on TV from Redbird Chapbooks. A graduate of the Queens University of Charlotte MFA program, he has been previously published in the Watershed Review, TINGE Magazine, Wilderness House Literary Review, r.kv.r.y, Boston Literary Magazine, and Foliate Oak. Find him @TommyDeanWriter on Twitter.
The Ache of Sound, Volume 3, Issue 1
I am excited to announce that I am caught up with updates on the website. There is now a separate page for each issue, listing contributors and links to their biographies. There is also a page listing all of our contributors, from all of the issues, with links to their biographies. I have updated the biographies with our Pushcart nominations next to the title of the piece.
I am looking forward to the release of our fifth issue, Volume 3, Issue 1, in January 2017. Submissions are open for our sixth issue, with the deadline on May 15, 2017. The optional theme is balloons. See the Submit page for more information.
I am looking into making other changes to The Magnolia Review, including an award, interviews, and a contest. Stay tuned!
–Suzanna Anderson, Editor-in-Chief and Founder, December 15, 2016
Guinotte Wise lives on a farm in Resume Speed, Kansas. His short story collection (Night Train, Cold Beer) won publication by a university press and not much acclaim. Two more books since. His wife has an honest job in the city and drives 100 miles a day to keep it.
Cookout, Volume 3, Issue 1