We at The Three Quarter Review want to thank you for reading the work published via our quirky project featuring three-quarter true story telling, launched back in 2012. And to let you know about our print anthology due out in 2021, 3QTrue. Our groundbreaking online journal, 3QR, has been an experiment in writing outside categories, without guilt, creative work in prose and poetry that’s, well, mostly true. (Film has long fostered based-on-a-true story flexibility, why not writing?). When you read a 3QR piece, you know what it is (at least 75 percent true), and can read with the contract in place.
We are also proud to announce that we are, occasionally yet diligently, working on our print anthology, 3QTrue, to be released in 2021. (The COVID-19 pandemic slowed us down, and reality itself seems to have morphed into a somewhat fictionalized experience these last few years).
3QTrue, a book of stories and poems from 3QR writers, including the late Stephen Dixon and renowned poet Mary Jo Salter, will be on sale, with info posted on this site. (If you are one of our writers, please be in contact, as a copy of the book will be sent to you. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Again, many thanks for your support, patience, and art.
Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson, Editor
Heidi Vornbrock Roosa, 3QR contributor and 3QTrue Managing Editor
Chloe Paris Simpson, 3QTrue anthology Intern