Our next volume, Issue 7, will be devoted to the literature and artwork of the Chicana/o communities. Please send in words, stories, and images that invite our readers to share in this rich experience. For a more detailed summary, please reference our submission post.
Issue 6, Veterans PART I is available (BUY here…). This volume is our most substantial to date. We have interviews with World War II veterans (one a former Tuskeegee Airman), insight about the complexity of strategy in Iraq, fiction that enters a warrior’s internal struggle, a helicopter rescue on an icy mountain, insight from a loved one’s heroism, harrowing memoirs about combat in the jungles of Vietnam, and so much more…
This issue and previous ones are available through our website and at these brick&mortar stores…
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La Revista Almagre does not charge for submissions, but in the spirit of artistic solidarity, consider purchasing a copy, (where one can find contributors; John Nichols, Constance Squires, Lucy Bell, Julie Shavin, Clay Jenkinson, Mike Callicrate, Janice Gould, Jim Ciletti, Lisa Bellamy, Jeb Rosebrook and many more).
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A brief word about us: The Almagre Review is a Colorado-based literature journal that publishes fiction, essays, memoirs, poetry, and art. It is a journal close to community that seeks quality work from our home state as well as all over. We believe local voices ought to stand alongside voices from all over the world, and have featured authors from Canada, Europe, and India along with our close-to-home contributors.
The Almagre Review was conceived in the downtown Y, January of 2016. We publish book-length, themed issues on a rolling basis along with special stand-alone projects on the side. Come be a part of the narrative that tells the story of our region…
Stories, poems, essays, memoirs. A Literary Journal: The Almagre Review, La Revista Almagre.