Publishing since 1996, The Baltimore Review is an online and print journal of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry, as well as visual and video arts. The newest issue continues to deliver a quality experience with works by Heather Bartos, Garrett Candrea, Elizabeth J. Coleman, Hilal Isler, Garret Keizer, Karis Lee, Joshua Jones Lofflin, Rachael Lyon, Abby E. Murray, Christopher Notarnicola, Jonathan Odell, Jennifer Saunders, Jill Witty, Andy Young, and Alison Zheng. And while the online issues offer greater accessibility, The Baltimore Review still likes to offer readers the tactile print experience with their annual compilation of poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction published in their Summer and Fall 2021 and Winter and Spring 2022 issues. Readers can purchase the print copy through Amazon or on the publication’s website.
Spring has sprung a new issue of The Baltimore Review with online fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry by Melissa Faustine Chang, Emily Chase, M. Cynthia Cheung, Justin Hunt, David Kim, Kent Kosack, Andrew Kozma, Lara Longo, Cole Meyer, Devon Miller-Duggan, Yehoshua November, Anzhelina Polonskaya, Nicole Rollender, and Zoe Yohn. The Baltimore Review‘s current submission period ends May 31, as does their Summer 2022 Micro Lit Contest for works under 400 words. For more information, check out their submission guidelines.
The Winter 2022 issue of Baltimore Review features creative nonfiction by Lucinda Cummings, Patricia Dwyer, Dan Hodgson, and contest winner Daniel Rousseau; fiction by Ross McCleary, Evan Brooke, Nicholas Otte, Mariah Rigg, and contest winner Robin Tung; and poetry by Francine Witte, Sara Henning, Rose Auslander, Stephanie McCarley Dugger, Lisa Suhair Majaj, and contest winner Aekta Khubchandani.
Head on over to Baltimore Review‘s website to read the Winter 2022 issue.
New issue of Baltimore Review with new poetry by Iqra Khan, Gerry LaFemina, Caroline Pittman, Dannye Romine Powell, Emily Franklin, Merna Dyer Skinner, John Glowney, and Janet Jennings; fiction by J.T. Robertson, Madison Jozefiak, Nicholas Maistros, and Justine Chan; and creative nonfiction by Brandon Hansen, Morgan Florsheim, and Kerry Folan.
More info at the Baltimore Review website.
The 2021 print collection of the poems, stories, and creative nonfiction published in The Baltimore Review‘s online issues is here. Work by Cara Lynn Albert, Francesca Bell, A. J. Bermudez, Gregory Byrd, Charlie Clark, Emily Rose Cole, M. M. De Voe, Jehanne Dubrow, Emily James, Joshua Jones, Meg Kearney, Cindy King, Tara Lynn Masih, Ed Meek, Susan Messer, and more. See more contributors at the Mag Stand.
The Baltimore Review is pleased to present their Summer 2021 issue with poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction by: Jeffrey Bean, David Bergman, Stephen Cramer, Vishnas R. Gaitonde, Robin Gow, Claire Kortyna, Kelley J. P. Lindberg, Jarid McCarthy, and more. See a full list of contributors at The Baltimore Review website.
Our spring issue features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by Cezarija Abartis, Bryana Atkinson, Robert Erle Barham, Melinda Brasher, Laura Todd Carns, Charlie Clark, and more. See a full contributor list at the Mag Stand.
Contest Winner – 1,000 Words or Less – Fiction
“Intersection” by Basmah Sakrani
Contest Winner – 1,000 Words or Less – Creative Nonfiction
“The Reckoning” by Emily James
Take a little time out of your day to check out these winners.
The Winter 2021 issue of Baltimore Review features poetry and prose by John Van Kirk, Mary Ardery, Tara Lynn Masih, Shailen Mishra, Basmah Sakrani, LeRoy Sorenson, Susan Messer, Alden M. Hayashi, Gregory Byrd, Emily James, and more.
Welcome to the fall issue of The Baltimore Review! This issue features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by: Emily Rose Cole, Rebecca Cross, Monica Joy Fara, Elliott Gish, Vernita Hall, Joshua Jones, Meg Kearney, Cindy King, Adrian S. Potter, Amy Small-McKinney, J. C. Todd, Travis Truax, Jeanette Tryon, Nicholas A. White, Susan Wyssen, and Maria Zoccola. Ghosts. A head on a stretcher. The virus. A flood. Voices of dead people in a wardrobe.