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Big Changes on the Horizon

We have quite a few major changes on the horizon. Some will take place sooner rather than later, and so I thought I’d cover a bit of ground right now. Meredith and I are diligently reading hundreds upon hundreds of beautiful short stories, essays, and poems. We even pulled in a nice net full of…

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Issue 6 Editorial, Spring 2014

There’s a long-standing debate on the worthiness of submitting to a medium that cannot pay you. I see both sides of this debate as a writer and as an editor. For me, I choose to stick with the belief that we all have to start somewhere. To date, Apeiron has no financial backers other than…

Issue Five Editorial, Winter 2014

This issue has been a labor of the deepest love for us. Personal lives, careers, and living situations have all made advances, shifts, and turns, and through it all we have been grounded with the focus of Apeiron and our contributors. Last issue we let you in on the idea behind the name Apeiron, and…

Editorial Recap

In case you missed the editorial in Issue 4, here’s a bit more about Apeiron: We’ve officially cleared the dreaded one year mark and we’re not only going strong, but gaining strength. We’re certainly still new kids to the world of publishing, but we love what we do and love creating a place for writers…

Pushcart Nominees

Our Pushcart Prize nominees were emailed this morning. We debated for several weeks and selected: Mama’s Bread by Aida Ibisevic – Fiction – Issue 4 My History of Racism by Henry F. Tonn – Nonfiction – Issue 4 Standards of American Measurement by Robert Wexelblatt – Fiction My Dad is a Bird by Eric Lutz…

Issue Three Excitement

Submissions have closed for the third issue and our excitement is palpable; sometimes we bite chunks off to spit at our friends.  And as rude as that is, we will not stop praising our authors and begging for more. We will not stop digging for ways to keep improving, and we will not stop publishing…

A Brief Interview

A brief interview with the editors has been posted Six Questions for… It’s a neat little site that interviews the editors of various publications for the benefit of writers looking to submit their work. Thank you, Jim Harrington, for taking the time to run such a nice site! Along those lines, we’re still open to…

Archiving Issues and Upcoming Ventures

We have had a few questions regarding Issue 1. Don’t panic! We will be reposting Issue 1. I’m currently in the process of reformatting the issue into a pdf file for easy viewing. Hopefully, that project will be complete before March 1st. Why will it take me so long? We’re really busy reading through submissions,…

Another change to the site?

Hello everyone. If you have been with Apeiron for the last year you know that we’ve been constantly changing just about everything. I feel like that should be pretty normal. We will be reposted Issue 1 in a pdf format identical to Issue 2 in the near future in an archives section. We’ve discussed attempting…

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