Cherry Tree

Call :: Cherry Tree 2022 Reading Period Open

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Learn more about Cherry Tree Issue 8 while you’re thinking about the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry you can submit during their 2022 reading period. Submissions are open through October 1. While they do charge a reading fee, 10% is donated to nonprofit Minary’s Dream Alliance. They are a paying market!

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Magazine Stand :: Cherry Tree – 8

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The eighth and newest issue of the annual print Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal @ Washington College features work by Anthony Aguero, Mya Matteo Alexice, Amy M. Alvarez, Jeffrey Bean, Kathryn Bratt-Pfotenhauer, Erica Lee Braverman, Holly Burdoff, Camille Carter, Adam Clay, Caitlin Cowan, Meg Day, Jose Hernandez Diaz, Denise Duhamel, María Esquinca, Sophie Ezzell, Hazem Fahmy, William Fargason, Aidan Forster, Camille Guthrie, Julie Hanson, Kathryn Hargett-Hsu, Clemonce Heard, Su Hwang, Mark Jacobs, Naomi Kanakia, Justin Lacour, Daniel Lassell, Susan L. Leary, Emily Light, Chrissy Martin, Gloriz Muñoz, Catherine Pierce, Helena Rho, C.T. Salazar, Leona Sevick, Harvey Silverman, Donna Vorreyer, Siamak Vossoughi, D.S. Waldman, Nikki Wallschlaeger, Elaine Wang, Ross White, Jeff Whitney, Eileen Winn, Haolun Xu, Nicholas Yingling, and cover art by Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi. Visit the Cherry Tree website for subscription information and single-copy orders.

Call :: Cherry Tree Now Open for Submissions

Cherry Tree: A National Literary Journal is open to submissions for its next issue through October 1, 2022. They want to read your fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. The $3 reading fee helps them to pay contributors and 10% of those fees will be donated to Minary’s Dream Alliance, a community nonprofit with strong mentorship programs for at-risk youth. The editors will make a matching donation.

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Magazine Stand :: Cherry Tree – Number 7

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The seventh issue of Cherry Tree annual print journal produced by the Literary House Press features work by Anum Asi, Sandra Beasley, Jan Beatty, Katie Berta, Caleb Braun, Susan Briante, Elijah Burrell, Marci Cancio-Bello Calabretta, Marianne Chan, Jennifer Chang, Victoria Chang, Christopher Citro, Nicole Cooley, Paul H Curtis, Jeff Ewing, Blas Falconer, Andra Emilia Fenton, Tanya Grae, Saúl Hernández, James Hoch, Todd Kaneko, Urvi Kumbhat, Kabel Mishka Ligot, Anthony Thomas Lombardi, Andrea Marcusa, Tom McAllister, Shane McCrae, Rahul Mehta, Philip Metres, John A. Nieves, Sarah Rose Nordgren, Carolyn Oliver, Matthew Olzmann, Donald Quist, Deon Robinson, Adam Scheffler, Charlotte Seley, Paige Sullivan, David Trinidad, Michael Walsh, Jieyan Wang, Adam Webster, John Sibley Williams, and M Jaime Zuckerman, with cover art by Gerardo Villarreal.

Call :: Cherry Tree’s 2020 Reading Period Ends October 1

Don’t forget Cherry Tree is seeking creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry for their seventh issue. They are open from August 1 to October 1, 2020. They accept simultaneous submissions and multiple submissions and charge a nominal $3 reading fee which helps them pay their authors and which benefits a local youth-advocacy group. Work from their journal has been included in Best American Poetry 2016, 2017, and 2020, and 2 pieces from their recent issues appear in Best Microfictions 2020. They pay authors $20 and 2 copies. All accepted pieces are considered for their Literary Shade feature as well.

Call :: Cherry Tree 2020 Reading Period Now Open

Deadline: October 1, 2020
Cherry Tree is seeking creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry for our seventh issue. We are open from August 1-October 1, 2020. We accept simultaneous submissions and multiple submissions and charge a nominal $3 reading fee which helps us pay our authors and which benefits a local youth-advocacy group. Work from our journal has been included in Best American Poetry 2016, 2017, and 2020, and 2 pieces from our recent appear in Best Microfictions 2020. We pay authors $20 and 2 copies. All accepted pieces are considered for our Literary Shade feature as well.

2020 Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference Moves Online

This year the Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference will be held online. With this change, the conference will still involve the same great faculty, craft discussions, readings, and literary camaraderie that the face-to-face conference promised.

The dates stay the same: July 15-18 with a similar schedule, and the price to participate has been discounted. Scholarships are still available.

Learn more about this year’s conference at The Rose O’Neill Literary House page on the Washington College website.

Cherry Tree – No. 6

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Cherry Tree‘s sixth issue features work by Diannely Antigua, Destiny O. Birdsong, Mirande Bissell, Jennifer Bullis, Lauren Camp, Hannah Cohen, Bailey Cohen-Vera, Raymond Deej, Dante Di Stefano, Jen Stewart Fueston, Jeannine Hall Gailey, David Groff, Christian Gullette, Steve Henn, Korey Hurni, Ashley M. Jones, Kasey Jueds, Toshiya Kamei, Genevieve Kaplan, Olivia Kingery, Mingpei Li, Alice Liang, Sarah Lyons-Lin, Angie Macri, Ann Stewart McBee, Afopefoluwa Ojo, JJ Peña, Robert L. Penick, Emilia Phillips, Caroline Plasket, Alec Prevett, Sara Ryan, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Martha Silano, DeAnna Stephens, Anne Dyer Stuart, Yerra Sugarman, Ojo Taiye, Adam Tavel, Yasumi Tsuhara, Elsa Valmidiano, Hannah VanderHart, April Wang, and Art Zilleruelo!