Likely Red announces our first ever contest, an annual chapbook contest. This year, the contest will be for fiction. The contest starts April 30th, to celebrate our one-year of existence, and remains open for entries through June 30th. There is a $5 entry fee.
Thanks to strong support early this year, we’ll be launching our new weekly format beginning on Monday, April 2nd, 2018. Here is the list of the upcoming pieces.
“I Woke Up”, poetry by Keith Mark Gaboury – April 2nd, 2018.
“Dated Containers”, poetry by Deborah Guzzi – April 9th, 2018.
“Squint”, creative non-fiction by Elise Wallace – April 16th, 2018.
“2016.15”, poetry by Bradley J. Fest – April 23rd, 2018.
“The Daily News”, poetry by Ashley Hajimirsadeghi – April 30th, 2018.
Special Announcement: We are transitioning into a weekly format beginning with our first publications on April 2nd, 2018.
For our 2017 Pushcart Prize nominations, we’ve nominated stories and poems from Tony Iovino, Lee Nash, Leah Angstman, and Chris Dungey. Here is our list.
Jason Conner is a social worker living in Eugene, Oregon. His work has appeared in: The Wisconsin Review, The Eclectic Muse, The Kelsey Review, The Penwood Review, Soul Fountain, Nomad’s Choir, The Oak, The Pen, Lone Stars Magazine, The Indented Pillow, and the online magazine Jerry Jazz Musician. When he’s not writing, he enjoys backpacking in the Pacific Northwest and spending time with his wife and two daughters.
Tamara L. Panici has recent or forthcoming work in Abyss & Apex, Black Poppy Review, Black Fox Literary Magazine, Fjords Review, and Flash Fiction Magazine. She can be found picking up heavy objects, walking too far, and writing on anything you leave behind. She thinks we should all eat more vegetables and be nicer to each other.
Tony Iovino is the founder and host of the acclaimed Summer Gazebo Reading Series in Oceanside, NY, now in it’s 11th season. He is the author of the novel Notary Public Enemy (Diversion Press, 2011) and numerous published poems and essays.