Coming soon: Issue #9!

We’re getting ready to start work on the Winter 2013 issue, but Issue 8 will stay on the homepage a bit longer, so check out artwork by Mette Norrie, reviews by Joshua Willey, poetry by Holly Day and Jean-Pierre Parra, and fiction by Teri Louise Kelly, Thomas James Brown, and Jenny Glozshtein. Tell us what Continue reading


Thomas Brown on “The Flock”

Here’s what contributor Thomas Brown has to say about his story, “The Flock,” in Issue #9, “transgressions:” ‘The Flock’ explores transgression in a number of ways, conveying the natural transgression of the bird-boy hybrids, the flock’s physically transgressive behaviour towards their classmate, and through this behaviour, man’s disposition to display transgressive qualities. If transgression is Continue reading


Superstition Review: Issue 11 Launch Party to be held April 25th at Mesa Arts Center

by: Rikki Lux Superstition Review, the online literary magazine at Arizona State University, is pleased to announce the launch of their 11th issue on Thursday, April 25th. A launch party to celebrate the occasion will take place at the Mesa Arts Center on Thursday, April 25th from 6 to 8pm. The launch party will feature presentations by s[r]’s section editors discussing their favorite art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction, Continue reading


“transpire”: naming the issues

I’m writing the letter from the editor for issue #8, as I usually do at the very last minute, and looking up the various dictionary entries on the issue’s chosen title, usage notes and variations and etymology, and thinking about the implications of these things, simultaneously procrastinating and researching and writing, and transpire is a fun word for this Continue reading


under construction

trans lit mag is still a little under construction.  Please bear with us, and in the meantime, check out the current issue.  And join us Sunday, October 16, for the first ever trans lit mag transverse the city – a literary pub crawl to celebrate our one year anniversary!