It’s submission time again at FLARE: The Flagler Review. We are now accepting poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and art submissions for our online Spring 2014 issue. Submission deadline is Jan. 15, 2014.
To submit, go to http://flaglerreview.submittable.com/submit
For more information on submitting to FLARE, visit our submissions page.
We are so sorry that we have been away from the blog for a while and we were a bit late on replying to some of your concerns. However, we are back to managing the site and we will be more prompt on replying to any questions or concerns you may have about the Flagler Review. We look forward to keeping you updated on our progress of the literary journal!
We will be accepting new submissions for the online edition of the Flagler Review starting Monday, October 21 for Spring 2014! We accept art, creative non-fiction, fiction, plays and poetry.
To submit, visit
Hello everyone! Today we’re here with a quick update on the different guest readers at this fall’s launch event on November 15 (for more information, check out the event on Facebook here)!
We are pleased to announce that (so far) two of our contributors will be attending the event! This is very exciting. They will be reading from their own submissions at the launch event.
We also have three faculty members from our own Flagler College that will be presenting! Here are their bios:
Kim Bradley has an MFA in fiction from the University of New Orleans. Her work has appeared in The Southern Indiana Review, The Louisville Review, and Real South Magazine. She is the winner of the 2012 Taos Writers Conference Scholarship in Prose.
Darien Andreu has published short fiction and creative non-fiction in the Princeton Arts Review; Apalachee Quarterly; and Cultures, a Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich text. She has been a faculty member at Flagler College for 25 years.
As a freelance writer, Lisa Baird has written short stories and articles for readers young and old. After she received her PhD from Texas Christian University, she published critical and creative pieces for the academic community. As the publishing world had turned more toward electronic publication, Baird also has turned her attention to publishing her work on Nook and Kindle for the ebook reader. The creative nonfiction piece, “One Fuji, Two Hawks, Three Eggplants,” appeared in an international anthology entitled Boundaries. Baird continues to submit creative nonfiction pieces to literary journals.
More to come!
In case you missed the bright header image that we have on the site now: we have updated our website to include the new cover art by Otha Davis III! Check out his website!
If you submitted to FlaRe, make sure to check your e-mail frequently! We’re in the process of getting back to everyone who has submitted, so keep your eyes peeled.
More to come!