We’re a journal dedicated to the evocative art, poetry, and prose. We like the inventive, the original, and the different. We want the electric. We want the pieces that you have emptied yourself into. We want the imagery that startles us. We want characters that stir something inside of us that we don't understand. So let the boundaries of the non-artistic world fall behind. Those won't be necessary here.






wintertangerinereview:

There are two weeks left in our IndieGoGo campaign— in order for Winter Tangerine to continue printing outstanding work, we need your support! 
We have wonderful perks available for donors, including copies of WTR and gracious handwritten letters from our editors. For the price of two cups of coffee, you can receive a PDF of WTR’s first volume! Help us continue to let Winter Tangerine be something that amplifies unique artistic voices— support Winter Tangerine, and support the current and next generations of art and writing. We cannot express our gratitude for your help!
Donate today! 
P.S. the link is actually indiegogo.com/projects/winter-tangerine-review!

wintertangerinereview:

There are two weeks left in our IndieGoGo campaign— in order for Winter Tangerine to continue printing outstanding work, we need your support!

We have wonderful perks available for donors, including copies of WTR and gracious handwritten letters from our editors. For the price of two cups of coffee, you can receive a PDF of WTR’s first volume! Help us continue to let Winter Tangerine be something that amplifies unique artistic voices— support Winter Tangerine, and support the current and next generations of art and writing. We cannot express our gratitude for your help!

Donate today!

P.S. the link is actually indiegogo.com/projects/winter-tangerine-review!

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Sorry if this is a silly question, but where can I find the actual application for the summer workshop? I read the post with info about it, but couldn't seem to find where to apply. Thanks!
by Anonymous

no worries!! here it is: wintertangerinereview.submittable.com

just scroll to the bottom and click “submit”. :]






wintertangerinereview:

For the first time this summer, Winter Tangerine Review is opening a workshop for poetry and prose writers. This workshop will allow its participants to work and collaborate with other talented individuals from around the world, respond to bi-weekly prompts from Winter Tangerine editors, and…






is the workshop free or no? It doesn't say.
by Anonymous

yes it is!






Winter Tangerine Review’s Annual Writer’s Workshop Program

For the first time this summer, Winter Tangerine Review is opening a workshop for poetry and prose writers. This workshop will allow its participants to work and collaborate with other talented individuals from around the world, respond to bi-weekly prompts from Winter Tangerine editors, and create a variety of new drafts to edit with fellow workshoppers and WTR staff.

The intensive four week program will focus on creating and editing new works, experimenting with style and imagery, and critiquing peer work. 

Participants will be given a weekly syllabus of assignments such as reading selected works, writing response pieces, as well as writing pieces off of prompts, writing in limited time frames, and writing with certain restrictions. Critique is a major component of the program, and the ability to respectfully give and receive criticism is necessary in order to succeed (not just in the program, but in life!). 

The program is for serious, talented writers looking to take their work to the next level. WTR’s Writer’s Workshop Program will not focus on classes and “teaching” writing, but rather immersing the participants in high-quality poetry and prose, and in turn, triggering pieces of writing. 

The WWP will be held from July 1st to August 15th. The entire program will be held online, Applicants may decide between poetry and prose. The application requires a statement of interest and a creative writing sample of up to ten pages of work in poetry, prose or a mixture of both. There is no age limit or requirement, and no experience is necessary. 

If you are a writer seeking experience, community, and creative inspiration, apply to our summer workshop before May 10th!






Congratulations to Volume 1 Contributor and Poetry Reader Nathan Durham for winning The 2014 Adroit Prize for Poetry! 

Other Winter Tangerine contributors/staff recognized in this year’s Adroit Prizes include Oriana Tang (Honorable Mention, Poetry), Maddie Kim (Honorable Mention, Poetry), Frances Saux (Honorable Mention, Prose), Catherine Moiser-Mills (Honorable Mention, Prose), Cheryl Julia Lee (Editors’ List), Christina Qiu (Editors’ List), and Lucy Wainger (Editors’ List).

Check out their winning works on The Adroit Journal’s website!






Jeanann Verlee performs “Jezebel Revisits the Book of Kings” at Winter Tangerine Review’s One Year Anniversary

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Jeanann Verlee’s Official Website
Winter Tangerine Review

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If you enjoyed this performance, please consider donating to Winter Tangerine Review! We are currently holding an Indiegogo to raise funds to keep our journal alive, and we need your help! For more info and to donate:Click Here






There are three weeks left in our IndieGoGo campaign— in order for Winter Tangerine to continue printing outstanding work, we need your support! 
We have wonderful perks available for donors, including copies of WTR and gracious handwritten letters from our editors. For the price of two cups of coffee, you can receive a PDF of WTR’s first volume! Help us continue to let Winter Tangerine be something that amplifies unique artistic voices— support Winter Tangerine, and support the current and next generations of art and writing. We cannot express our gratitude for your help!
Donate today! 

P.S. the link is actually indiegogo.com/projects/winter-tangerine-review!

There are three weeks left in our IndieGoGo campaign— in order for Winter Tangerine to continue printing outstanding work, we need your support!

We have wonderful perks available for donors, including copies of WTR and gracious handwritten letters from our editors. For the price of two cups of coffee, you can receive a PDF of WTR’s first volume! Help us continue to let Winter Tangerine be something that amplifies unique artistic voices— support Winter Tangerine, and support the current and next generations of art and writing. We cannot express our gratitude for your help!

Donate today!

P.S. the link is actually indiegogo.com/projects/winter-tangerine-review!






just donated to wtr. you're wonderful. keep shining.
by winterwoven

Thank you so, so much! You have our infinite gratitude— donations make our day!

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For anyone who’s interested in helping us out, here’s the link to our IndieGoGo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/winter-tangerine-review






I applied for a readership position, but haven't heard back yet, although I was supposed to on Monday. Should I just assume I didn't get the position?
by Anonymous

We have just finished notifying all applicants! If you haven’t heard back, shoot us an email and we’ll fix that right away. :]






Check out our new interview with Haylee Anne! This Volume 3 Art Contributor considers herself a feminist artist— her photographs are both alluring and socially important.
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Haylee Anne’s art straddles borders, both artistically and conceptually. At first glance, it’s nearly impossible to discern what medium she is working in, adding mysterious intrigue to her bizarre photographs. But behind each of Haylee Anne’s works are deeper, more pressing social messages—the New York/Atlanta-based artist frequently incorporates feminist ideals into her art, urging the viewer to reconsider their preconceived notions of what it means to be a woman. Haylee Anne’s photography series “Le Peuple de le Mer” is forthcoming in Volume 3 of Winter Tangerine Review.

Check out our new interview with Haylee Anne! This Volume 3 Art Contributor considers herself a feminist artist— her photographs are both alluring and socially important.

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Haylee Anne’s art straddles borders, both artistically and conceptually. At first glance, it’s nearly impossible to discern what medium she is working in, adding mysterious intrigue to her bizarre photographs. But behind each of Haylee Anne’s works are deeper, more pressing social messages—the New York/Atlanta-based artist frequently incorporates feminist ideals into her art, urging the viewer to reconsider their preconceived notions of what it means to be a woman. Haylee Anne’s photography series “Le Peuple de le Mer” is forthcoming in Volume 3 of Winter Tangerine Review.






HELP KEEP WINTER TANGERINE REVIEW ALIVE!

So WTR has been around for a year and we SERIOUSLY need some help. 

We’ve jumped countless hurdles during our first year as a journal, but we haven’t quite made it to the end of the race yet. We’re in serious financial difficulty at the time and need your support to keep us alive! By supporting WTR, you’re supporting the voices of some of the world’s most innovative, daring, and talented artists. 

We frequently receive messages from young writers and artists telling us that we were the first place they ever submitted, thanking us for giving them that push.

So give us that push. Please. We will thank you endlessly, every time we publish another poem, another short story, another piece of art. 

Winter Tangerine Review is a literary & arts journal dedicated to the electric. 

So, go ahead. Ignite.






wintertangerinereview:

Winter Tangerine Review is celebrating our one year anniversary, and we want you to join us! Come to our anniversary reading + fundraiser, featuring writers
Jeanann VerleeErin Mayer Gabriella Gonzales Sarah Gawricki & Kristian Macaron
and artists Vincent Fink SuWan Kim Kristina Thalin Camille Rojas Stephanie Gamarra & Tianjiao Wang! 
We’ve jumped countless hurdles during our first year as a journal, but we haven’t quite made it to the end of the race yet, and we need your help. We’re in serious financial difficulty at the time and need your support to keep us alive! By supporting WTR, you’re supporting the voices of some of the world’s most innovative, daring, and talented artists. 
Join us for a night of poetry, prose, art and food! We hope to see you there!
To RSVP, click here!

Tonight’s the night! You can still RSVP by clicking the link above. If you live in the NYC area, you’re not going to want to miss this!

wintertangerinereview:

Winter Tangerine Review is celebrating our one year anniversary, and we want you to join us! Come to our anniversary reading + fundraiser, featuring writers

Jeanann Verlee
Erin Mayer 
Gabriella Gonzales 
Sarah Gawricki 
& Kristian Macaron

and artists 

Vincent Fink 
SuWan Kim 
Kristina Thalin 
Camille Rojas 
Stephanie Gamarra 
& Tianjiao Wang! 

We’ve jumped countless hurdles during our first year as a journal, but we haven’t quite made it to the end of the race yet, and we need your help. We’re in serious financial difficulty at the time and need your support to keep us alive! By supporting WTR, you’re supporting the voices of some of the world’s most innovative, daring, and talented artists. 

Join us for a night of poetry, prose, art and food! We hope to see you there!

To RSVP, click here!

Tonight’s the night! You can still RSVP by clicking the link above. If you live in the NYC area, you’re not going to want to miss this!

(via wintertangerinereview)






All staff applicants have officially received notification from WTR. If you have not heard from us, please email us at info@wintertangerine.com. Do not message us on Tumblr about your application. We will disregard any messages sent via Tumblr about staff applications. 






Given your bankruptcy, what's the status of submissions already accepted but not yet edited/published? Will they appear online or will you not be publishing them?
by Anonymous

Volume Three as well as future volumes are on an indefinite hiatus until we gather the funds necessary to print. 

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