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Chagrin River Review
About Chagrin River Review: Out of Northeast Ohio, Chagrin River Review brings you the latest fiction and poetry from exciting new writers, and new work from writers long established.
7700 Clocktower Drive
Kirtland, OH 44094
Phone: (440) 525-7719
Genres: poetry, fiction
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: 8/12-12/12 Response time: 3 months Payment: no Contests: no Founded: 2012 Issues per year: 2 Print issues: no
Publisher’s description: Founded in 2012 in Northeast Ohio, Chagrin River Review aims to publish the best contemporary short fiction and poetry available to readers today. The inaugural issue features edgy stories about humanity and loss by Jeanpaul Ferro and Joann Smith and a flash fiction piece by the emerging writer James B. De Monte. Poetry ranges in style and theme, including work by Barbara Brooks and Susan Grimm. You can read the first issue on our website, or click over to Issuu to read it in magazine format. While Ohio connections are welcome, we seek quality writing no matter the region that inspires it. The journal is edited by faculty at Lakeland Community College.
In Chagrin River Review’s second issue (Spring 2013), you can read new fiction by J. Malcolm Garcia, Audra Martin D’Aroma, Lowell Mick White, Jesse Falzoi, and J.A. O’Sullivan. This issue also features gorgeous cover art by Mark Brabant, an interview with poet Frank Paino, and new poetry from Frank Paino, Gabrielle Freeman, Michael Salinger, T.M. Göttl, Robert Vivian, Ace Boggess, and Anne Whitehouse.