New Issue of SNReview

May 28, 2006

SNReview (www.snreview.org) has posted its new Spring 2006 issue, featuring a record number of short stories and poems. In total, there are more than two dozen poems and more than 40,000 words of fiction and non-fiction.

The short stories are from the creative minds of Neal Dorenbosch, Malikah Goss, David Hoenigman, Alyssa Kagel, David Mohan, Dani Rado, Nickalus Rupert, Matthew Smith, Eugenia Tsutsumi, Donna D. Vitucci, Robert W. Witt, and Jay Wright. Michael O'Loughlin penned an excellent essay of freedom of thought.

The poems came from the imaginations of Johanna DeBiase, John Grey, Aryan Kaganof, Vanessa Kittle, A.P. Kruise, Rich Murphy, Ravi Shankar Rajan, and Lisa Zaran.

The writers come from around the globe, many of whom have affiliations with some great institutions, such as Goddard College, Brown University, George Mason University, George Washington University, Harvard University, Notre Dame University, Rutgers University, Sacred Heart University, University of Alaska, University of Eastern Kentucky, and University of West Florida.

SNReview (www.snreview.org) is also issuing a call for short stories, poems, and essays for its summer issue, which should appear on August 1. Short stories and essays should be less than 7000 words. Poets should send only three poems (less than 200 lines). The editors read only submissions sent by email. A writer or poet should copy and paste her/his work into the body of an email. Send it to editor@snreview.org. Put “Submission” in the subject line.

Enjoy reading.

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