WHO WE ARE
Small Orange is a poetry journal that publishes three times a year in the months of October, January and April. Each issue comprises roughly seven poets, the work of one visual artist and one interview. We will consider creative nonfiction essays. We love all kinds of poetry and are dedicated to featuring the most beautiful, inspiring and thoughtful work provided to us. If you are interested in submitting your work, please visit our submissions page for the guidelines. We are a small volunteer staff of four, but we do our best to read and respond to submissions as timely as possible. All correspondence should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief
Carlie Hoffman is the author of This Alaska (Four Way Books, 2021). Originally from northern New Jersey, she is a recipient of a 92Y/Discovery poetry prize and an Amy Award from Poets & Writers. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in Bennington Review, Boston Review, Narrative Magazine, New England Review, TriQuarterly and elsewhere.
For more about Carlie visit carliehoffman.com.
Mathew Gellman's poems are featured or forthcoming in Narrative Magazine, Poetry Northwest, Sugar House Review, Thrush Poetry Journal and elsewhere. He holds an MFA from Columbia University and teaches at Hunter College.
Erin Lynn is pursuing her PhD in Poetry at the University of Connecticut, where she is a recipient of the Wallace Stevens Poetry Prize and teaches English. She holds an MFA in Poetry from Columbia University, and an MA in Irish Writing from Queen’s University, Belfast. Her work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and she was a finalist for the Alexander Posey Contest. She co-curates Poor Mouth Poetry Reading Series in the Bronx.
Paul Brennan received a BA in Literature and Creative Writing from Ramapo College of New Jersey, and is working towards a degree in Library Science.