Ghost Town has launched its new website to include the online release of Issue 3, a Review of Laura Kasischke’s Space, in Chains, and an Interview with Paul Kareem Tayyar! Head over to www.ghosttownlitmag.com to check it out.
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Poetry, Fiction, Essays!
Edited by the MFA students at California State University, San Bernardino,
will print three on-line issues this fall/winter/spring,
then combine the three into a print journal for events and AWP.
All readings are at 6PM in Pfau Library,
Room 4005, Special Collections Room, with Open Mic to follow
October 4: “Birds on the Wire.” Poet Joy Manesiotis (U of Redlands Professor) and poetry students from the University of Redlands. OPEN MIC to follow.
October 18: Release party and reading by contributors of Pacific Review and Ghost Town, our campus and national literary journals. OPEN MIC to follow.
November 1: Poets David St. John (National Book Award finalist, USC Professor) and Anna Journey (National Poetry Series Winner). OPEN MIC to follow.
November 15: Novelist Anne-Marie Kinney, reading from her new novel Radio Iris. Open Mic to follow.
December 6: Diana Wagman and Julie Paegle! **********************************
Novelist Diana Wagman reads from her new novel The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets, an “L.A. gothic” masterpiece and her fourth novel! Professor Wagman is our visiting professor of creative writing this year, teaching fiction and screen play workshops. And our wonderful poet, Professor Julie Paegle, author of the acclaimed Torch, Song, Tango, Choir, featured in Poets and Writers as one of the best debut books of the year!
We’re out in Chicago for this year’s AWP Writer’s Conference, and we’d love for you to stop by and say hello. We have for sale: copies of last year’s issue, some other back issues, and a makeout session with one of our fiction editors, David. All sales final.
We’re here all weekend!
Ghost Town Litmag now taking submissions.
Click here to submit your piece online.
So, after reading hundreds and hundreds upon thousands of stories/poems (really, there was a lot to read), and being forced to narrow down the selections to a handful of stories/poems, the editors have made their final decisions. We are extremely happy with the quality of work we received, and extremelyx2 happy with what will be in the mag, which is set to come out in May.
what’s next? other than celebrate with beer and Colin Stetson’s, New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges . . . there’s design, production, and other stuff I don’t handle and so don’t need to worry about, personally (more beer for me!).