The Door

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  When you come to a door, do not think you need to open it. When the door is a man, close it. When the door is a man, rub your body against it. When the door is a woman, … Read More


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  You’ll come to learn that my father left me when I was a child & your father’s father died in a Berlin prison. We exchanged these stories the night we met like vows that had already married us.   … Read More

Ode on a Mountain

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  Caught in the thought-tangled thicket The ram by its horns grows weary: How begin to die? A child no longer A child asks his question to the stone He sat on waiting. He throws in time. He throws in … Read More

Pushcart Prize Nominations: 2013

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Salamander is happy to announce our 2013 nominees for the Pushcart Prize, celebrating “The Best of the Small Presses”: Poetry: “A Flemish Still Life” by Ellen Kaufman, Salamander, vol. 18.2 “Fennel” by Fred Marchant, Salamander, vol. 19.1 “Christ Stopped at … Read More

2013 Fiction Contest Results!

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With more submissions than ever before, the competition was tight for our 2013 Fiction Contest! We’re happy to announce the winners and finalists, as chosen by judge Edith Pearlman. Congratulations to all the winners, and many thanks to all who … Read More

2013 Fiction Contest Results

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Winner Jen Fawkes, “Iphigenia in Baltimore” Honorable Mention Rochelle Distelheim, “O, Thou, Whom My Soul Doth Love” Finalists Leland Cheuk, “Funeral by the Arcade” Lisa Doublestein, “New Leaf” Colby Halloran, “Only Rain” Thomas McConnell, “Berlin Train” Bob Ross, “Dust”

2013 Fiction Contest Now Open!

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Our 2013 Fiction Contest is open! Hop over to our contest page to submit or learn more!   About our judge:   Edith Pearlman has published more than 250 works of short fiction and short non-fiction in national magazines, literary … Read More

A Reading for the One Fund

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  The Boston literary community comes together to support those most affected by the marathon attack. Join us for a reading by Robert Pinsky, former U.S. Poet Laureate; Sue Miller, best-selling author of While I Was Gone and The Lake … Read More

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