News Item #13

Dear Writers and Readers,

Happy Autumnal Equinox! The Autumn 2013 issue of Rose Red Review is now live. I’m especially excited about this issue, as it is a themed issue: Hallowe’en. Thank you so much for your wonderful submissions! (And in a happy twist of fate, this news item is lucky number thirteen. Spookiness abounds!)

I have some Hallowe’en treats for you all! Here are Rose Red Review‘s nominations for the 2013 Best of the Net:

Poetry:

The Selkie Laments by Amber Decker (Spring 2013)
An excerpt from The Rainy Season Diaries by Jennifer Reimer (Winter 2012)
Pulling at Our Minds by John W. Sexton (Spring 2013)
Loveless (I am the Snow Queen) Brittany Warman (Spring 2013)
It All Comes Back to Ritual by Angela Maria Williams (Winter 2012)
Reflection on a Line by James Wright by Ellen Roberts Young (Winter 2012)

Prose:

The CEO Who Could Fly, But Didn’t Want To by David Dickerson (Winter 2012)
Portrait of an Ex-Lover by Sanchari Sur (Spring 2013)

Please note: Works from the Summer 2013 and Autumn 2013 issues will be eligible for the 2014 Best of the Net.

And here are the nominations for the Pushcart Prize:

Poetry:

The Selkie Laments by Amber Decker (Spring 2013)
Fox by Doireann Ní Ghríofa (Summer 2013)
A Ballad of the Northlands by Sandi Leibowitz (Summer 2013)
The Color of Magic by Diane Lockward (Autumn 2013)
Madame de Pompadour Thinks of Little Red Riding Hood by Kristin Stoner (Autumn 2013)

Prose:

The CEO Who Could Fly, But Didn’t Want To by David Dickerson (Winter 2012)

Also, Rose Red Review‘s first annual anthology of selected works will be released on Amazon in early October. Stay tuned!

Warm Regards,
Larissa Nash
Rose Red Review