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Cherry Tree


A National Literary Journal

Issue 3 goes to print!


Date: January 12, 2017
On Thursday, January 12, we sent our biggest and best issue yet off to the printers. Which means it’s time for our usual cover art reveal!

 

The art on the cover of issue 3 is a painting called “Line Dance,” by Chestertown artist Marcy Dunn Ramsey. This painting showcases the beautiful reedy marsh-scape of our tiny Chester River wonderland here on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Previously exhibited in the Carla Massoni Gallery, “Line Dance” is now in the private collection of Drew and Betsy Vaden in Newport Beach, California.

Inside the issue is brand-new poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and literary shade from Eloisa Amezcua, Kate Anger, Sarah Blake, CL Bledsoe, Paul Bone, Kim Bridgford, Nan Byrne, Lauren Camp, Doritt Carroll, Michael Chin, Charlotte Covey, Heidi Czerwiec, Stephanie Dickinson, R.M. Fradkin, Avital Gad-Cykman, Melanie Graham, Dave Housley, Anna Kelley, Shara Lessley, Matthew Lippman, Raye Hendrix May, Damon McLaughlin, Erika Meitner, Lynn Melnick, Tyler Mills, Michael Mingo, Rajiv Mohabir, Julie L. Moore, John A. Nieves, Ashley Robertson, Martha Silano, Matthew Thorburn, Robert Vivian, Stacey Waite, Cody Walker, Michael Walsh, and Phillip B. Williams. At a whopping 218 pages, this is our biggest issue yet!

Although the issue is officially released on February 15, 2017, we will be debuting issue 3 at the AWP Conference in Washington, DC from February 9-11. We’ll have copies available in the Bookfair at the Rose O’Neill Literary House booth #626.

And on Thursday, February 9, we will have our official launch eventCherry Tree is co-hosting a fabulous AWP offsite reading with Baltimore-based Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review at Busboys & Poets @ 5th & K from 9:00-11:00 p.m. We’ll have readings from Cherry Tree contributors Michael Chin (fiction), Rajiv Mohabir (creative nonfiction), Lynn Melnick (poetry), and Julie Marie Wade (creative nonfiction), as well as readings by Eckleburg contributors and editors. So please mark your calendars and be sure to join us! The first 50 attendees will get free drink tickets (wink wink).

And if you haven’t already, today is the perfect day to subscribe!

 

Last modified on Jan. 12th at 4:17pm by Lindsay Lusby.