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The Confrontation 2014 Poetry Prize

Announcing the Confrontation 2014 Poetry Prize: $750 and publication in one of our 2014 issues for the winning poem. Submit up to four previously unpublished poems with a $10 entry fee to Confrontation during the months of February or March 2014. Your entry fee includes a year-long subscription to the magazine, beginning with a copy...

Poetry Reading: The 2013 Poetry Prize

Robert Snyderman reads his poem "Monastery for Sandy Hook Children and Teachers," winner of the 2013 Confrontation Poetry Prize, which appears in Issue No. 113, Spring 2013.

Issue 113 Table of Contents

  Issue 113 – Spring 2013     STORIES Henry Gould Struggle Patricia Horvath Sea Change / Sunrise Rex L. Adams Fighting Arlie Horn Juned Subhan Light Jonathan Vatner Pictures of Shmuel G.D. McFetridge Ruby Lake Dinah Cox April Fool’s Day Eric Neuenfeldt Scrap Patti Jazanoski Cross Breeding Lou Fisher Falling Behind   POEMS Robert...

Issue 113 – Spring 2013 Available Now!

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Coming Soon: The 2013 Poetry Prize Issue

The recipient of the 2013 Confrontation Poetry Prize, we're pleased to announce, is Robert Snyderman, whose winning poem, "Monastery for Sandy Hook Children and Teachers," will of course be featured in this issue.

The 2013 Confrontation Poetry Prize: The Deadline Approaches!

$750, and publication in one of our 2013 issues, for the winning poem. Submit up to four previously unpublished poems with a $10 entry fee to Confrontation during the months of January or February 2013. Your entry fee includes a year-long subscription to the magazine, beginning with a copy of the prize issue. Include a...

Issue 112 – Fall 2012 Available Now

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Confrontation 112 Art Feature: Karl Benjamin

Excerpts from the new issue will be online soon. Cover art: Karl Benjamin, #1, 1976. Oil on canvas, 59.5 x 47.5 inches. Courtesy of Louis Stern Fine Arts. Reproduced by permission. Photography by Gerard Vuilleumier. Purchase This Issue of Confrontation via CCNow  

Call for Submissions: 12/1/12 to 3/1/13

Red States/Blue States: States of Mind Anyone contemplating a political map of the United States today gets a quick visual image of a nation that is less a two-toned checkerboard than a large sea of red surrounded by blue coasts, with some variations—blue cities within solidly red states, small red counties in blue states, for...

The 2013 Confrontation Poetry Prize

$750, and publication in one of our 2013 issues, for the winning poem. Submit up to four previously unpublished poems with a $10 entry fee to Confrontation during the months of January or February 2013. Your entry fee includes a year-long subscription to the magazine, beginning with a copy of the prize issue. Include a...

“A Space to Nurture New Talent”: Interview with Confrontation Editor Jonna Semeiks

“I wanted to make the magazine a more physically beautiful object—increase its aesthetic appeal. We’ve done this partly through internal and external design elements and partly through creating a space for visual art (beginning with the last three issues). I believe that this art complements the stories, poems, memoirs, essays and plays found in our...

Audio Exclusive: James K. Zimmerman Poetry Reading

James K. Zimmerman reads “Since Evolution Is Just a Theory: The Birth of Sex” (published in Confrontation 110) and other poems. From “An Afternoon With Confrontation,” Friday, June 8, 2012, at Hutton House on the campus of LIU Post. http://soundcloud.com/confrontation-magazine/confrontation-james-k