Transient Winter 2012 Newsletter: Transient #2 Now Live Online

Transient #2: Winter 2012Transient #2 Live Online

We are pleased announce that Transient #2 is now live online! This issue highlights the poetry, prose, and fiction of nine different poets and authors from across the United States, as well as the photography of Eleanor Leonne Bennett from the United Kingdom. Works in this issue tackle everything from bullying and divorce to love and loss, and we hope you enjoy its depth and range of this. (To download Transient #2 click here.)

Additionally, we will be hosting a Reading and Release party for this issue in January 2013. Stay tuned for more details.

Now Accepting Submissions for our Spring 2013 Issue
We are now accepting submissions for the Spring edition of Transient. In order to be considered for our Spring issue, all submissions must be received by March 1, 2012. For more information about the submissions process, please visit our Submissions page.

Additionally, if you have already submitted for the Spring issue, we ask that you please bear with us. With Transient #2 now complete, we anticipate having decisions sent out to our October and November submitters’ over the next couple of weeks.

In other Transient news…
We are pleased to share that, after working closely with Jeffrey Markovitz (Director of the CCP Creative Writing Program and Transient contributor), we welcomed our first intern to Transient this issue. Marion Mitchell, a CCP Creative Writing student, assisted us over the last several months with everything from updating our event calendar to copyediting Transient #2. She was a pleasure to work with and, we hope, she learned as much from us as we all learned from her. Thanks again, Marion.

(Those interested in applying to be an intern for our Spring issue should contact Jeffrey Markovitz directly.)

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