The Sierra Nevada Review
|Cover Art: Jessica Hayworth|
The Sierra Nevada Review is an annual literary magazine published in May featuring poetry and short fiction. Editors read manuscripts from September until March (manuscripts submitted outside of the reading period risk a long, dusty dormancy). Response time may vary between a month and several months. The editorial staff changes on a yearly basis with the exception of advisory editor, June Sylvester Saraceno.
Current issues of the Sierra Nevada Review are available for $10.00, back issues for $5.00 post paid. To purchase copies, please send a check or money order to The Sierra Nevada College Review, 999 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, NV 89451-9500.
Denise Duhamel | Typing Epithalamion
The bride adjusted the crystal topknot of her veil. She stared at the the Windsor knot of her groom’s tie as the hypnotist tied their knot. The bride vowed Bill Knot was in love with Naomi (in his poems). The groom vowed Don Knotts was in love with Mary Lou (in Mayberry) and later Ladyfish (in The Incredible Mr. Limpet). They promised to honor each other in the same topnotch way, notwithstanding the stomach knots, the knotty logic, and whatnot. The blubbered until their nostrils cried snot, Their shared fondness of Knott’s Berry Farm jam brought them here, to the slipknot of ever-after, to their knotty pine rumpus room of monotony.