Constellations
is a print literary journal based in the Cambridge/Boston area, featuring poetry and short fiction. We seek writing that is fresh and resonant, and look forward to reading work from our local literary community as well as elsewhere.

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UPDATE September 2, 2018: Submissions for volume 8 (VULNERABILITY) are now closed. We had a record number of submissions for this issue. Thank you to everyone who sent us work! We expect the issue to be available later in the fall.

Meanwhile,
Constellations volume 7: TRANSGRESSION is currently available. This issue was worth the wait; it’s 50% larger than each of the previous two, boasting poetry, fiction, and photography from a whopping 56 contributors.

Please also join us in congratulating the authors of the following pieces, our
Pushcart Prize nominees for issue 7:
  • “Got It Dicked” by Luke Salisbury (story, 1432 words)
  • “Cycling in Indian Country” by Johanna DeMay (poem, 28 lines)
  • “Grin” by Barbara Nishimoto (story, 1719 words)
  • “White Lies” by Brandon French (story, 1769 words)
  • “Man Mountain” by Zvi A. Sesling (poem, 36 lines)
  • “Old Ma’s Peach Blossom Luck” by Shan Xiaoming (story, 6342 words)
The issue is available via Amazon.com in the U.S. and Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.fr, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, and Amazon.it in Europe.



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