Our Spring/Summer 40th Anniversary Issue (40.1) is now available!
We are also excited to debut IØ – our new “genre” which includes text that stretch the boundaries of print-digital hybridity.
And when you get your hands on a copy, be sure to check out our IØ page.
We are proud to introduce this new aspect of our magazine. For more information, see the upcoming issue, 40.1! And check out the current online publications on the IØ main page.
cream city review wants to thank everyone for coming out to our 40th Anniversary celebration.
It was a special event to commemorate 40 years and to ring in the next phase in cream city‘s history. Thank you all for making it such a memorable evening!
Still for Sale!
Including Work by:
B. Batchelor, Freesia McKee, Stewart Gonzales, Randall Horton, Catherine La Fleur, Jess Smith, Ace Boggess, D.M. Aderibigbe, Jacqueline Balderrama, Ian C. Smith, Jesus Lopez, and many more!
Our Spring/Summer 40th Anniversary Issue (40.1) is now available with poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art by Carmen Giménez-Smith, Matthew Olzmann, Divya Victor, Christine Sneed, Pete Fromm, RM Cooper, Allen Forrest, and more!
We are also excited to debut IØ – our new “genre” which includes text that stretch the boundaries of print-digital hybridity. Our debut features texts from artists such as Nick Montfort, Josephine Anstey, Jason Nelson, Deena Larsen, Jody Zellen, Robert Lavett Smith, and Stace Johnson.
To purchase the latest issue, go to: http://www.creamcityreview.org/buy/
And when you get your hands on a copy, be sure to check out our IØ page: http://www.creamcityreview.org/io-main/
Thanks to everyone who came out for cream city Live! It was a great evening that allowed us to look back at the past 40 years and look forward to the future of the magazine.
Check out some of the photos from the event!
Issue 39.1, our Genrequeer issue, is now sold out after our time at AWP.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a copy!
If you didn’t get a chance to buy your own copy, you can still see the issue online at Project Muse, here.
Thank you to our friends at Writ Large Press for helping cream city review, Devil’s Lake, and Meridian put together an amazing offsite reading at Ham & Eggs Tavern!
We were so proud to invite contributors:
Sueyeun Juliette Lee
Special shoutout to Brittany Cavallero of Devil’s Lake and Emily Temple of Meridian.
Looking forward to another great event with this amazing group in D.C., AWP 2017!