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3Elements Review is a quarterly literary Journal based in Chicago, IL, accepting fiction, poetry and art. Our journal is unique, creative, and quite possibly the best writing prompt you've never heard of.
3Elements Review is a quarterly literary Journal based in Chicago, IL, accepting fiction, poetry and art. Our journal is unique, creative, and quite possibly the best writing prompt you've never heard of.

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We are accepting submissions for issue 9! Include EXPOSURE, TOWER, and MANIA in your fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction. Represent one ore more elements in your photography or art. Submit by October 31! 3elementsreview.com/submit

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The boy put his arm around his mother and squeezed before glancing to his left again and tensing up. Something briefly lit the room, getting brighter and brighter. 
Beenish Shabbir | | "Old Age" | | Issue 5

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Alan Whiteside | | "Of Like Minds" | | Issue 7
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We could dine on protons the size of melons. Our only mail a set of three numbers repeated in infinite combinations. Could you want me there?
Alejandro Escude | | "6324 Kejonuma" | | Issue 3

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You were mesmerized by shedding light on thick patches of silence that sifted around you. So stop with the goddamn tears. 
Meg Tuite | | "Squalor" | | Issue 2

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Kerry Rawlinson | | "End of the Pier" | | Issue 1
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I'm not saying I was ever a leaf or the branch of a tree, never anything so brittle or dying or green. 
Danielle Hooke-Goodbody | | "Who is the Ghost?" | | Issue 5

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Sarah Kayss | | "Jellyfish vs. Pain" | | Issue 1
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"Yes it is. A beauty that is. it's gorgeous." My mouth was dry. It's one thing to yearn for an object. It's another when you are discovered coveting it. 
Robert Burns | | "Working After Hours" | | Issue 6

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But the Dean wanted more. He was making $30,000,000 a semester now, but he knew a Dean in Qatar who was making $300 million a semester and he wanted that. A third of a billion. 
Ron Riekki | | "Ah, to Burn" | | Issue 3
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