We publish a biannual literary journal entitled The Conium Review. The journal is print-only. Issues vary in length from around 90 to 250 pages—we don't use a strict page-count quota, because we always want to find a place for the very best material from our submission queue. The journal is highly selective, only publishing a small percentage of submissions, but we base our selections on literary craft rather than preconceptions about genre, contemporary style, or publishable word count. The journal is open to unsolicited submissions from new and established authors.
Along with the journal, we publish chapbook-length manuscripts. We're currently working with past contributors and soliciting other writers we admire, but in the future book projects will be open to unsolicited submissions too.
We also host a literary podcast, and we publish reviews, interviews, and other editorial articles on our website.