Monthly Archives: June 2017

Update

Our editors are working hard on reading all of this issues submissions. We received 577 submissions with many submissions (poetry and art especially) containing multiple pieces and are bowled over by more than a few of them. We’re more than … Continue reading

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Thank You

Thank you for the awesome support for Issue VI of Four Ties Lit Review. We have been humbled by the response to our open call for submissions. 4Ties received over 550 submissions, a more then 25% increase over Issue V. … Continue reading

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Only One Day Left!

Our Open Submission period closes tomorrow at midnight, there’ll be no extensions. Get your submissions in as soon as you can. This is going to be a great issue of 4Ties.

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Well We’ve Gone and Done It Again

We surpassed our previous high for the number of submissions to 4Ties for an issue. The totals will be nicely impressive. Thank you for all the encouraging support. We will continue to be open to submissions until Friday the 16th … Continue reading

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Updates: There’s only one week left!

Our Open Submission period is coming to an end. You only have 7 days left. Get those last minute submissions in now. We’ll close to submissions on June 16th. We’ve gone over 400 submissions for Issue VI. Thank you for … Continue reading

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To Contemplate the World in all its Many Forms:

a review of Luisa Igloria’s Haori and Check & Balance By Abby Brunt “What I glean of hunger is/its wild sound, wind that ratchets/ through the hollows”, Luisa Igloria writes in her new chapbook Haori.  Indeed, hunger fills the poems … Continue reading

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Check It Out

Interview with Four Ties Lit Review Editor / Founder Matthew W Larrimore on “Six Questions For” writer Jim Harrinton’s project to chronicle what editors want for their publications.

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