Calamus Journal is a (more or less) monthly literary journal devoted to publishing exemplary poems and flash fiction pieces. We have a particular interest in showcasing work from members of marginalized groups, as well as showcasing work that might be considered experimental, surreal, or even eccentric.
About the editors:
Eric Cline is the founding editor-in-chief of Calamus Journal. His debut poetry chapbook, his strange boy eve, was published by Yellow Chair Press in 2016. He also writes comic book reviews for Adventures in Poor Taste! and the biweekly “Gay-Man” column for Five 2 One Magazine.
Trevor Richardson is a student of English and media studies at George Mason University. He serves as assistant editor for Calamus Journal.
Calamus Journal logo courtesy of Nathan Alan Schwartz, editor-in-chief of Five 2 One Magazine.