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Reading Period for Conte 8.2 Now Open!

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
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We are excited to open the reading period for Conte 8.2, our Winter 2012-2013 issue, through December 1st. Please review our submission guidelines before sharing your work via Submittable.  We look forward to reading your stories, essays, and poems!

Conte 8.1 Fiction

Friday, September 28th, 2012
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Please do take a gander at the four excellent fictional tales which comprise the second half of our first issue of Conte Volume 8.   They’re pretty awesome, and I don’t mind saying so myself.

Reading Period for Winter Issue Announced

Friday, August 31st, 2012
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 We are excited to announce that the reading period for Conte 8.2, our Winter 2012-2013 issue, will run from October 1st – December 1st.  We hope you will submit your work later this fall!

Conte 8.1, Our Summer Issue, Has (Mostly) Arrived!

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012
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 Though our prose selections are still a few days away, we here at Conte are thrilled to announce the publication of the poems comprising Issue 8.1, our summer volume.  Our "current" button (at the top of this page) still links to our winter installment, but we’ll be sure to update it accordingly once everything for [...]

Conte 7.2 is here!

Friday, January 20th, 2012
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 Happy 2012, everyone.  Please enjoy our latest issue.

Countdown to 7.2

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
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Submissions are closed for Conte 7.2; thanks and thanks again to all who sent us their writing.  We’ll be wrapping up our deliberations shortly, so if you haven’t heard from us yet, you will in the near future.  The issue will go up on January 20. 

Conte 7.1…

Monday, August 15th, 2011
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…has been unleashed, concomitant with our site resdesign.  We hope you enjoy both the new reads and the new digs.  Things will being tweaked and added in the days to come, so if you see some lost functionality or witness the lights blinking on and off curiously, please bear with us – but also feel [...]