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Welcome to The Almagre Review/La Revista Almagre, a literary journal founded in Colorado Springs. We publish two themed issues a year, with special stand-alone projects on the side. Our primary goal is to promote writers and illustrators from the mountains and the prairies. If you fall outside those boundaries, don’t worry, we’d still love to read your work.

submit-buttonOur interests are broad, from short stories, to novel excerpts, poems, memoirs, essays, and interviews. We also feature illustrations that enhance contributor material.

Please check out our online store to purchase a copy of one of our previous releases. Currently, The Almagre is working on our third publication, slated for late spring, and centered around Environment. We’re looking for memoirs, essays, and poems that enlarge this narrative. And while a sbuy-buttonhort story dealing with soil erosion in Iowa is great, we’ll look at fiction about anything under the sun.
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Issue Two, “Leadership,” is here. Copies are available at Hooked On Books, downtown (12 E. Bijou St), Poor Richards, downtown (320 N. Tejon), and Ranch Foods Direct (1228 E. Fillmore St.). Visit our PURCHASE page for online orders. List of Colorado bookstores available HERE.

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Writers and artists are productive by nature, and creating fulfills a need as essential as oxygen.  We do this out of passion, to participate in the ecstatic, and to draw an audience through the harvest of emotions.  For more detailed guidelines, please click on our SUBMIT page.  There, one will find what we’re looking for and how to get it to us.

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