Ghost Town is the international literary magazine of the MFA program at California State University San Bernardino. We’re looking for fearless and inventive fiction, flash fiction, poetry, and narrative nonfiction. We’re also interested in translations, book reviews, interviews, comic strips and plays, try us! For a better idea of our editorial outlook, check out the newest issue.

Contributors to CSUSB’s literary magazine include Yusef Komunyakaa, Laura Kasischke, Padgett Powell, Billy Collins, Noelle Kocot, Gayle Brandeis, William Stafford, Susan Straight, Sherwin Bitsui, Allison Hedge Coke, Kjell Espmark, Jennifer Foerster, Peter Orner, Joan Naviyuk Kane, Ron Arias, Chris Bachelder, Bob Hicok, Brynn Saito, Adam Clay, Joy Manesiotis, Yannis Ritsos, Kristin Bock, George Kalamaras, Matt Hart, Alexis Orgera, Smarie Clay, Mark Irwin and Arda Collins.

Up to 7,500 words typed and double spaced. Simultaneous submissions are okay, but please let us know ASAP if the piece has been accepted by another journal.

Up to 7,500 words typed and double spaced. We're less interested in academic pieces and book reviews than we are in narrative nonfiction and lyrical essays. Simultaneous submissions are okay, but please let us know ASAP if the piece has been accepted by another journal.

Anything goes . . . sort of. Show us what you got.

Up to five poems at a time. Simultaneous submissions are okay, but please let us know ASAP if any of the poems have been accepted by another journal.