The Spring 2022 issue of Superstition Review is available for readers to access online, with fiction by Abbie Barker, Bradley Sides, Nadine Rodriguez, Ryan Habermeyer, Sahalie Angell Martin, and William J. Cobb; nonfiction by Cindy Lee, Haolun Xu, Laurie Blauner, Marcia Aldrich, and Wendy Gan; poetry by Taylor Byas, Sophia Liu, R.J. Lambert, Nathaniel Rosenthalis, Michael Chang, Meghan McClure, Joshua Gottlieb-Miller, Ja’net Danielo, Hannah Smith, Dorsía Smith Silva, Dorothy Chan, Donte Collins, Donna Vorreyer, Christen Noel Kauffman, Carolyn Oliver, Brett Hanley, and Brandel France de Bravo; interviews with Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Gillian Sze, Kathryn Davis, Melissa Chadburn, Paul Tran, and Yanyi; and art by Delta N.A., Elaine Parks, Emily Rankin, Jenny Day, Michelle McElory, and Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad.
Issue 28 of Superstition Review which features art by Jeff Rivers. Interview Editor Anna Narin interviews Joyce Carol Oates. Fiction by Melissa Llanes Brownlee, nonfiction by Amanda Gaines, and poetry by Gleen Shaheen.
More info at the Superstition Review website.
In Issue 27 of Superstition Review, readers can find an interview with Danielle Geller conducted via email by Grace Tobin. The interview centers on Geller’s memoir Dog Flowers published by One World/Penguin Random House this year.
The interview opens with the story of how the title of Dog Flowers came to be. The two go on to talk about the decisions Geller made while writing the memoir: what to include or leave out, writing in a nonlinear storyline, and which diary entries and real life photos to include. Continue reading “Danielle Geller Interviewed in Superstition Review”
The Fall 2020 issue of Superstition Review features art by Mary Hope Whitehead Lee, fiction by Khanh Ha, nonfiction by Eric Tran, and poetry by Quintin Collins. Plus, Interview Editor Kendall Dawson speaks to Danielle Evans about the meaningfulness of writing, the process of self-questioning, and Zora Neale Hurston.
Deadline: August 31
On behalf of Arizona State University and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Superstition Review is dedicating Issue 26 to work that promotes inclusion and explores new ways to dismantle racial and social inequality. We have chosen this theme in order to magnify voices that have been traditionally undermined by our histories, institutions, policies, laws, and habits of daily life. Our submissions will be open August 1st-31st. We accept art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. superstitionreview.asu.edu
The latest issue of Superstition Review is featured at this week’s Magazine Stand. The issue offers art by Richard McVetis, fiction by Janelle Bassett, nonfiction by Marina Hatsopoulos, poetry by Grant Clauser, and interview with Roy G. Guzmán.
If you didn’t already know, online literary magazine Superstition Review offers a wonderful series called Authors Talk. The latest installment in this series features Todd Dillard going to Twitter to answer questions by his followers. Topics range from writing to craft to cats to . . . Ninja Turtles.
Todd Dillard’s debut poetry collection “Ways We Vanish” is currently available for pre-order. Checkout the podcast to learn how Todd curated this collection and his thoughts about poetry and craft in general.