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Winter

about

About

Founded in 2011 and revived in 2017, Orange Quarterly is an online literary arts journal published by Green House Press featuring the best original work by emerging and established poets, writers, and artists worldwide. ISSN: 2572-9357

contributors

Contributors

OQ 6 (winter 2018): David Hornibrook, Katie Willingham, Beau Boudreaux, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Jeannine Burgdorf, Fabrice Poussin, Jim Zola

OQ 5 (fall 2017): Mike Zhai, Keith Taylor, Adrianna Sage O’Brien, Brandon Marlon, Victoria Le, Jacob Schepers, Julia Bohm, Keith Mark Gaboury, Roberta Senechal de la Roche, Cameron Finch, Michael Dicken, Joseph Moore

OQ(summer 2012): Colin Welch, Molly Kat, Lindsay Tigue, Jessica Tyner, Bryce Emley, Beth McHugh, Rupprecht Mayer, Ali Zahiri, Timothy James Brearton, Terry Barr, Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Melody Calhoun

OQ(spring 2012): Sierra DeMulder, sam sax, Gala Mukomolova, Lynne Potts, Zachary Michael Powell, Colin Welch, Sean Michael St. Charles, Kenneth E. Harrison Jr., Sam Guthrie, William Henderson, Fabio Sassi, Jonathan Hull, Ernest Williamson III

OQ(winter 2012): Eleanor Leonne Bennett, Nathan Blake, Kathleen Glasgow, Benjamin Walker, Sean Michael St. Charles, Carl James Grindley, Kristin Fitzsimmons, Sean Alan Cleary, Milla van der Have, Rachel Jendrzejewski

OQ(fall 2011): Danez Smith, Andrew Payton, Neil Hilborn, Courtney Thomas Vance, Stevie Edwards, Moshe Schulman, Joy Gaines-Friedler, Joe Bubar, Adam Parker Cogbill, Melissa Pilakowski, Julia Mascioli, Anne Giocondini, Mark Beshey, Jane Hawley, Louis Staeble, Joe Sobel, Tami Lynn

archive

Archive

Orange Quarterly is a free online literary arts journal published in January, April, July, and October of each year by Green House Press, an independent publishing studio based in Northern Michigan.

The complete Orange Quarterly archive is available open access, organized below by issue number, outlining genre (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, visual art), contributor name, and title(s) of work(s):

OQ 6 (winter 2018): WINTER

OQ 5 (fall 2017): REVIVAL

OQ 4 (summer 2012): DISPOSABLE

OQ 3 (spring 2012): FACE

OQ 2 (winter 2012): OCCUPIED

OQ 1 (fall 2011): BEGINNING

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Submit

Green House Press accepts unsolicited submissions on a rolling basis year-round and hosts free reading periods four months of the year. Please review our open categories and submission guidelines on Submittable before sending us your best work.

Green House Press publishes poetry, literature, essays, and visual art by creators around the world as well as letters, features, and interviews with artists of all genres and backgrounds. Orange Quarterly is published in January, April, July, and October of each year.

Upon sending your submission through Submittable, you grant Green House Press the right to publish your work in perpetuity in all formats. If your work is selected for publication, you will have the opportunity to revise before it appears online and/or in print, and you will retain full copyright as author of the original work.

We are currently accepting submissions for the following categories: Orange Quarterly (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, visual art); the blog (interviews, features, letters); and the Green House Poetry Prize (deadline: April 30, 2017).
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contact

Contact

Email: orangequarterly@gmail.com

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Green House Press

Green House Press is an independent publisher of poetry, literature, essays, and visual art as well as letters, features, and interviews with artists of all genres and backgrounds. It is the publisher of Orange Quarterly, founded in 2011.

Founded in 2017 in Northern Michigan, Green House Press aims to build cultural enthusiasm around literacy and the arts, promote the appreciation and accessibility of poetry, and publish energizing work by diverse creators worldwide. Support Green House Press on Patreon!