Tag: Baltimore Review

  • The Baltimore Review – 2020

    This year’s print collection of The Baltimore Review is now out. It includes poems, stories, and creative nonfiction published in The Baltimore Review‘s Summer 2019 Maryland Writers Special Issue, Fall 2019, Winter 2020, and Spring 2020 online issues. Work by Sandy Longhorn, Tim Griffith, Maggie Andersen, Jennifer Lang, Kathleen Hellen, Kris Faatz, Michael Downs, Grace Cavalieri, Stephen Tuttle, Libby Heily, Emily Stoddard, Diana Xin, Omer Friedlander, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Avra Margariti, Naomi Cohn, and many more.

  • Contest :: Baltimore Review Winter 2020 Contest: 1,000 Words or Less

    Deadline: November 30, 2020
    No theme for our winter contest. Subject matter is entirely up to you. Surprise us! But keep it short. Two categories: flash fiction and flash creative nonfiction. We want to be amazed at how you abracadabra 1,000 or less into magic. And maybe be a little jealous of how you do that. One writer in each category will be awarded a $300 prize and published in the winter issue. All entries considered for publication and payment. Final judge: Diana Spechler. See www.baltimorereview.org for complete details. Deadline: November 30, 2020. Fee: $5.

  • Baltimore Review Summer 2020 Contest Winners

    Have you visited the latest issue of Baltimore Review yet? In the Summer 2020 issue, readers can find the latest contest winners.

    Flash Fiction
    “Telephone” by Cara Lynn Albert

    Flash Creative Nonfiction
    “Kept Miniature in Size” by Ellie Roscher

    Prose Poetry
    “Absence Archive” by Anita Olivia Koester

    Check out the full new issue, or spend some time just taking in the contest winners. Either way is a great way to spend some of your Sunday.

  • Baltimore Review – Summer 2020

    The Summer 2020 issue of Baltimore Review features work by Chera Hammons, Anita Olivia Koester, John Haggerty, Seth Grindstaff, Katy Mullins, Cara Lynn Albert, Dennis Cummings, Marlene Olin, Kathleen Melin, Kate Gale, Jehanne Dubrow, and more.

  • The Baltimore Review – Spring 2020

    The Spring issue of The Baltimore Review features poems, fiction, and creative nonfiction by: John Blair, Shevaun Brannigan, Naomi Cohn, Jeannine Hall Gailey, Katherine Gekker, Matthew Henry, R. Dean Johnson, Yume Kitasei, Andrew Kozma, Avra Margariti, Rita Mookerjee, Glen Pourciau, Ellen Skirvin, David Urbina, and M. Drew Williams.

  • Contest :: Baltimore Review Wants Short Shorts

    The Baltimore Review has not set a theme for their annual summer contest this year. Instead, they want to see short shorts. Send flash fiction, flash creative nonfiction, and prose poetry. They want to be amazed at how you abracadabra a sprinkling of words into magic. And maybe be a little jealous of how you do that. One writer in each category will be awarded a $300 prize and published in the summer issue. All entries considered for publication. Total word limit for each category is 1,000. See www.baltimorereview.org for complete details. Deadline: May 31, 2020. Fee: $5.

  • Contest :: Baltimore Review Wants Short Shorts for Summer Contest

    Something new: No theme for our summer contest! Subject matter is entirely up to you. Surprise us. But keep it short. Three categories: flash fiction, flash creative nonfiction, prose poem. We want to be amazed at how you abracadabra a sprinkling of words into magic. And maybe be a little jealous of how you do that. One writer in each category will be awarded a $300 prize and published in the summer issue. All entries considered for publication. Total word limit for each category is 1,000. See www.baltimorereview.org for complete details. Deadline: May 31, 2020. Fee: $5.

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