Our new submission period opens October 1st (and goes through April 30th). We’re looking forward to it.
Salamander’s upcoming reading features Derek JG Williams (poetry) and Peter Brown (the poetry of Emmanuel Merle in translation). Derek JG Williams is an MFA candidate at UMass Boston, where he teaches. His poems are published or forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Plume, Prairie … Read More
Winner Mary LaChapelle, “Floating Garden” Honorable Mention John Mauk, “Hooligan Present” Finalists J. Bowers, “Based On A True Story” Tina Egnoski, “Do You Believe?” Erica Eisen, “Second Eden” Cary Groner, “Oxygen” Denton Loving, “The Things We Fear Most” Jennifer Marquardt, … Read More
Salamander #40 is here–in the mail to subscribers and available at selected bookstores. We wish you great summer reading, and feel free to be in touch with us either by email or Facebook and let us know what you’ve read … Read More
We look forward to the arrival of our new issue (cover image by sculptor Milan Klic).
Go to “Contests” to enter our 2015 fiction contest today. The winning short story, judged by Andre Dubus III, will receive publication in Salamander and a $1,500 prize. Entries accepted through June 2nd.
A reading at Trident Booksellers for Consequence and Salamander magazines, hosted by Boston Poet Laureate Danielle Legros Georges. Readers include Kevin Bowen, Frannie Lindsay, Jill McDonough, and Daniel Tobin.
Four poets from Suffolk University, graduating senior Mollie Chandler and creative writing faculty Jennifer Barber, George Kalogeris, and Fred Marchant will read from new work, both poems and translations, aiming to identify what he or she believes is new in … Read More
Join Salamander Magazine for a reading by some of its most recent contributors: Ciaran Berry, Leslie McGrath, and Maggie Dietz. This group comes together to celebrate a magazine whose mission, after two decades, remains singular and dynamic: “to publish a … Read More
The Roundtable at Porter Square Books presents a Q & A with Boston’s Literary Magazine Editors featuring editors from Agni, Harvard Review, Post Road, Printer’s Devil Review, and Salamander Moderated by Jenn Scheck-Kahn of Journal of the Month Monday, April … Read More
If you’re in Minneapolis this week at AWP, please come by and say hello…we’ll be at Table #631. See you there!
Mon, March 23rd, 7 p.m., Suffolk University Poetry Center, Sawyer Library, 73 Tremont Street (entrance around corner on Tremont Place): A Talk by Suffolk Distinguished Visiting Scholar Gabriel Levin. “A Poetics of the Levant: On the Writings of Constantine Cavafy, … Read More