After a summer of hard work, long hours, strained eyes, and tremendous sleep deprivation, issue 1 of volume 1 of The 3288 Review is released and available to order.
We would like to offer congratulations to those poets and writers, artists and photographers who made this possible:
Lisa Gundry for her poems “Learning to Swim With Daddy” and “Visitation”.
Craig Baker for his short story “Wanderlust”.
Roel Garcia for his essay “My Father, the Stranger in the Room”.
Robert Knox for his short story “Commitment”.
Morris Lincoln for his essay “Portland on the Grand”.
Anthony Carpenter for his artwork titled “The Inquisitor”.
Tammy Ruggles for her photography collection “First View of the Ocean”.
Morgen Knight for her short story “Lessons of My Brother”.
J.M. Leija for her essay “Tacet”.
Gilbert Prowler for his short story “The Walk On Bye”.
Elyse Wild for her photo collection “Not the Whole”, and her interview with David J.
Emma Moser for her short story “This is How We Mourn”.
Dawn Schout for her poems “Docked” and “June Flurries”.
Sommer Schafer for her short story “A Final Affair”.
Thanks also to Abigail McClung for her superb design skills, and to Elyse Wild and Alaric Reinstein for excellence in editing.
And finally thanks to our publisher Jason Gillikin of Caffeinated Press, whose experience and editing expertise saw us through the last few frantic hours as the deadline loomed.
With Issue 1 out the door, we are hard at work on Issue 2, to be released in November of 2015. Two pieces have already been accepted and several others await editorial review. We have room for many more, so spread the word that our submission window is always open.