Tilted House Review

Basic Information
1326 Bartholomew St
New Orleans
Louisiana
United States
70117
Contact Information
Cameron
Lovejoy
Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
E-publication
Print
Video
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
Contributor copies only
Year Founded: 
2020
Distributors: 
Online, New Orleans Bookstores
Representative Authors: 
Rodrigo Toscano, Cassie Pruyn, Henry Goldkamp, Michael "Quess?" Moore, Brad Richard, Elizabeth Gross, Skye Jackson, Benjamin Aleshire, Sean F. Munro, GennaRose Nethercott, Dylan Krieger, J Spagnolo, Clare Welsh, Daiquiri Jones, Megan Burns, Ricky Garni.
Issues per Year: 
2
Circulation: 
Less than 1,000
Issue Price: 
$20.00
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
10-20

Tilted House Review is a biannual arts and literary journal made by hand in small batches in the small city of New Orleans. Through this outfit, we strive to cultivate a creative and communal unit from and for the city. And while the door is wide open for New Orleans’ minds, it remains open for the rest of the world’s. Everyone is encouraged to submit.

We like both experimental and traditional work. We like dark. Surprise turns, nuance, metaphor. We want poems we can smell. Fiction that sickens. Art that double-takes. We like hard-hitting endings. Polemics. Protest. Confession that isn’t like every other confession. Sonnets, American sonnets, sonnets all splintered. We like work that has its heart on its sleeve—and nothing on the nose. Crawl into our veins and sit there a while.

The Montreal Review

Basic Information
5775-406 Wilderton Avenue
Montreal
Canada
H3S 2V7
Contact Information
T.S.
Tsonchev
Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
E-publication
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
No payment
Year Founded: 
2009
Percentage of Unsolicited Submissions Published: 
26% to 50%
Representative Authors: 
Thomas K. McCraw (Harvard Business School), Joseph S. Nye, Jr. (Harvard's Kennedy School of Government), Richard A. Posner (University of Chicago Law School), Nicholas Lardy (Peterson Institute for International Economics), Allan H. Meltzer (Carnegie Mellon University and Hoover Institution), Charles Perrow (Yale University), Colin Crouch (Warwick Business School), Francesco Boldizzoni (University of Cambridge), Richard Swedberg (Cornell University), James Fulcher (University of Leicester), Max H. Bazerman (Harvard Business School), Ann E. Tenbrunsel (University of Notre Dame), Samuel Bowles (University of Siena), Herbert Gintis (University of Siena), Anirudh Krishna (Duke University), Gilles Saint-Paul (Toulouse School of Economics), Eric MacGilvray (Ohio State University), Mark D. White (College of Staten Island/CUNY), Geoffrey M. Hodgson (University of Hertfordshire), Thorbjørn Knudsen (University of Southern Denmark), Keith Roberts (Judges' Journal), Joshua J. Yates (University of Virginia), Kent Greenfield (Boston College), Douglas W. Allen (Simon Fraser University), Daromir Rudnyckyj (University of Victoria), Iain McLean (Oxford University), Robert B. Ekelund Jr. (Auburn University), Robert D. Tollison (Clemson University), Joshua J. Yates (University of Virginia), Joyce Appleby (UCLA), Dani Rodrik (John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University), Daron Acemoglu (MIT), James A. Robinson (Harvard University), Steven Hill (FairVote, New America Foundation), Mark L. Haas (Duquesne University), Charles A. Kupchan (Georgetown University, Council on Foreign Relations), Stanley A. Renshon (City University of New York), James B. Glattfelder (Olsen Ltd), Georg Sørensen (University of Aarhus), Leo Blanken (Department of Defense Analysis at the Naval Postgraduate School), Stuart Sim (Northumbria University), Carnes Lord (United States Naval War College), James Halteman (Wheaton College), Edd Noell (Westmont College), Judith Stein (City College/Graduate Center of the City University of New York), Richard D. Wolff (University of Massachusetts), Stephen A. Resnick (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), David Parker (Cranfield University, UK), Laurence Cockcroft (Transparency International), Christopher Kennedy (University of Toronto), Eileen P. Flynn (Saint Peter's University), Molly Scott-Cato (Business School of Roehampton University), Joshua Kurlantzick (Council on Foreign Relations), James Gow (King’s College London), Nayef Al-Rodhan (Oxford University, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland), Michael Larkin (Forum on International Affairs in Washington, D.C), Sanford Levinson (University of Texas Law School), Daniel T. Rodgers (Princeton University), Eric Nelson (Harvard University), James DeFronzo (University of Connecticut), Mark Blitz (Claremont McKenna College), John M. Owen IV (University of Virginia), Peter Toohey (University of Calgary), Samuel Moyn (Columbia University), Steven Nadler (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Donna Hicks (Harvard University), Alex Danchev (University of Nottingham), Kieron O'Hara (University of Southampton), George Kateb (Princeton University), Gerald L. Bruns (University of Notre Dame), John Kekes (Union College, Schenectady), Patrick Van Inwegen (Whitworth University), Matthew J. Kisner (University of South Carolina), Philip Kitcher (Columbia University), Steven Horst (Wesleyan University), Peter Corning (Stanford University), Manus I. Midlarsky (Rutgers University), Jeffrey W. Robbins (Lebanon Valley College), David William Bates (University of California, Berkeley), Sean Sayers (University of Kent), A. James Gregor (University of California, Berkeley), Jack S. Levy (Rutgers University), William R. Thompson (Indiana University), Strobe Talbott (Brookings Institution), John Lachs (Vanderbilt University), Michael Davis (Sarah Lawrence College), Steven Bilakovics (Yale University), Richard Avramenko (University of Wisconsin, Madison), David Livingstone Smith (University of New England), Simon Critchley (New School for Social Research and Tilburg University), Anthony Simon Laden (University of Illinois at Chicago), Melvyn L. Fein (Kennesaw State University in Georgia), Paul Thomas (University of California, Berkeley), Tamar Frankel (Boston University School of Law), Miriam Leonard (University College London), Roslyn Weiss (Lehigh University), Michael Jackson (Korea University, Seoul), Damian Grace (University of Sydney), Ryan Patrick Hanley (Marquette University), Jerome Neu (University of Califonia, Santa Cruz), Paul Schollmeier (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), Martin Breaugh (York University), Jerome A. Miller (Salisbury University), S. Adam Seagrave (Northern Illinois University), Julie E. Cooper (Tel Aviv University), James Dawes (Macalester College), Catherine H. Zuckert (University of Notre Dame), John von Heyking (University of Lethbridge), Alvin Plantinga (University of Notre Dame), Lynne A. Isbell (University of California), Simon Baron-Cohen (University of Cambridge), Ronald de Sousa (University of Toronto), Patricia Smith Churchland (University of California), Robert W. Lurz (Brooklyn College), Harry Collins (Cardiff University), Michael Tomasello (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology), Marco Iacoboni (David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA), Steve Fuller (University of Warwick), Michael Strevens (New York University), John Duncan (University of Cambridge), Uriah Kriegel (University of Arizona), Alex Mesoudi (Queen Mary, University of London), Christopher Braider (University of Colorado), Nicholas Ostler (Foundation for Endangered Languages), Paul Thagard (University of Waterloo), Mark Pagel (University of Reading), Robert J. Asher (University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge), Kent Flannery (University of Michigan), Joyce Marcus (Museum of Anthropology, at the University of Michigan), Robert S. Westman (University of California, San Diego), Dennis Krebs (Simon Fraser University), Robert N. McCauley (Emory University), Patrick Whitehead (Albany State University), Joel Miller (Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis) John V. Wylie (Founding Member of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society), Harry Prosen (Former President of the Canadian Psychiatric Association), Michael Kinch (Washington University in St. Louis), Robert Wuthnow (Princeton University), Gilbert Meilaender (Valparaiso University), Robert Kugelmann (University of Dallas), Alvin Plantinga (University of Notre Dame), Jeffrey W. Robbins (Lebanon Valley College), Edward Feser (Pasadena City College), John H. Smith (University of Waterloo), John Fea (Messiah College), John F. Haught (Georgetown University), Justin Gest (Harvard University), André Gagné (Concordia University), Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame), Grant N. Havers (Trinity Western University), Alick Isaacs (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), Paula Fredriksen (Boston University and Hebrew University in Jerusalem), Richard Swinburne (Oxford University), Clayton Crockett (University of Central Arkansas), Matthew Anderson (Concordia University), Paul Allen (Concordia University), Leo Damrosch (Harvard University), Steven Ozment (Harvard University), Brian Boyd (University of Auckland), Richard Shiff (University of Texas), Walter Liedtke (Metropolitan Museum of Art), Robert Grudin (University of Oregon), Katherine Hoffman (St. Anselm College), Cynthia Freeland (University of Houston), William E. Wallace (Washington University), Stanley Corkin (University of Cincinnati), Linda Simon (Skidmore College), Patrick Colm Hogan (University of Connecticut), William Deresiewicz (Yale University), Daniel Shaw (Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania), Rachel M. Brownstein (Brooklyn College), Wendy Steiner (University of Pennsylvania), Benjamin Cawthra (California State University), Nicholas Ostler (Foundation for Endangered Languages), Robert Wexelblatt (Boston University), Terry Barr (Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina), Lisa Szefel (Pacific University), Rudy Koshar (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Alexander Zubatov (Scarola Malone & Zubatov LLP), Sam Magavern (University at Buffalo Law School), Eric Foner (Columbia University), Richard Stoneman (University of Exeter), Nile Green (UCLA), Samuel Moyn (Columbia University), Johan Franzén (University of East Anglia), Carl Wennerlind (Barnard College, Columbia University), Bruce Cumings (University of Chicago), Joyce Appleby (UCLA), Jean-Pierre Filiu (Paris School of International Affairs), James Cronin (Boston College), Richard Wolin (City University of New York), Michael P. Winship (University of Georgia), Sean McMeekin (Bilkent University), Robert S. Westman (University of California, San Diego), Neslihan Senocak (Columbia University), Brad S. Gregory (University of Notre Dame), Andrew Seth Meyer (Brooklyn College), Joshua A. Fogel (York University), Michael D. Bailey (Iowa State University), Walter Scheidel (Stanford University), M. Steven Fish (University of California-Berkeley), Thomas F. Remington (Emory University), Tom Gallagher (University of Bradford), Lars T. Lih (author of Lenin Rediscovered and Lenin: A Biography), Richard Sakwa (University of Kent), Brian D. Taylor (Syracuse University), David Satter (Hudson Institute), James Cronin (Center for European Studies at Harvard University), Wolfgang Streeck (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies), Neil Fligstein (University of California), David A. Dyker (University of Sussex), Gerald M. Easter (Boston College), Tania Raffass (Monash University), Nikolaos van Dam (Ambassador of the Netherlands to Indonesia, Germany, Turkey, Egypt and Iraq), Thomas W. Lippman (former Middle East bureau chief for the Washington Post), Ali Rahnema (The American University of Paris), Mordechai Kedar (Bar Ilan University), Adeed Dawisha (Miami University), Ronald Bruce St John (author of several books on Libya, including "Libya: Continuity and Change"), Liad Porat (Brandeis University), Chérine Chams El Dine (Cairo University), Bruce K. Rutherford (Colgate University), Fred H. Lawson (Mills College), Anthony H. Cordesman (Center for Strategic and International Studies and ABC News), Jean-Pierre Filiu (Paris School of International Affairs), Adam C. Seitz (Marine Corps University), Ashraf Mishrif (King's College, London), Omar Ashour (University of Exeter), F. Gregory Gause, III (University of Vermont), Steve Yetiv (Old Dominion University), Murat Cizakca (INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur), Nicholas Lardy (Peterson Institute for International Economics), Zheng Wang (Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars), Joshua A. Fogel (York University), J. Christopher Westland (University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong), James F. Scotton (Marquette University), Nicholas Khoo (University of Otago, New Zealand), Robin Porter (Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Bristol), David Kurt Herold (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Steve Chan (University of Colorado, Boulder), Bruce Cumings (University of Chicago), Andrew Wedeman (Georgia State University), Andrew Seth Meyer (Brooklyn College), Gilbert Rozman (Princeton University), Dong Wang (University of Turku, Finland), Michel Cormier (Radio-Canada), Daniel A. Bell (Tsinghua University)
Issues per Year: 
6
Circulation: 
Greater than 10,000
Subscription Price: 
N/A
Issue Price: 
N/A
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
5 to 10

The Montreal Review offers long-form critical essays, book reviews, commentaries and interviews, photo essays, short stories, and poetry. It is illustrated with contemporary and classic art by Canadian and international artists. Among the magazine contributors are Pulitzer Prize winners, thought leaders and opinion makers, world-class journalists and academics. The Montreal Review welcomes unsolicited submissions of book reviews, long-form critical essays, and literary non-fiction. 

We give priority to book reviews and long-form critical essays in philosophy, art, literature, history and religion. We also accept texts in political and economic theory, environment and ethics.

Ana Chevalier

I'm a full-time freelance writer. I work mostly within legal, technology, and financial verticals. In my 'off' hours, I'm a fiction writer. While I have written (and published) several books and multiple plays, short fiction is my first love and remains my preferred literary vehicle for storytelling. I'm thrilled to have recently pivoted away from the world of journalism with an increased focus on short fiction :-)

Location: 
Amherst, NS
Canada
Nova Scotia
Genres: 
Commercial Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Fiction, Flash Fiction, Historical, Literary Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Regional, Short Fiction, Speculative Fiction, War
My publishing/workshop experience: 
Published in literary journal, Published a book, Have workshop experience
Languages I write or speak in: 
English, French, Japanese
I’m looking for a group that:
Meets Online.
meets for
Critique, Submissions, Tips, Reading.

The Gravity of the Thing

Basic Information
xxx xxx xxxx
Portland
Oregon
United States
97236
Contact Information
Thea
Prieto
Editor-in-Chief
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
E-publication
Audio
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
No payment
Year Founded: 
2013
Percentage of Unsolicited Submissions Published: 
Greater than 50
Representative Authors: 
<p>Daneen Bergland, Tracy Daugherty, Janice Lee, Karen An-hwei Lee, Kristi Maxwell.</p>
Issues per Year: 
4
Circulation: 
2,500 to 5,000
Subscription Price: 
Starts at $1 a month
Issue Price: 
Free
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
3

The Gravity of the Thing is an independent literary magazine dedicated to the publication of innovative and defamiliarized writing. We publish work that is aware of its literary form, writing that defamiliarizes in craft or content for an enhanced rendering of reality.

Please visit thegravityofthething.com/about before submitting, as your writing should reflect our desired criteria. For more information about defamiliarized writing and our publishing practices, please visit our Baring the Device column at thegravityofthething.com/catalog/baring-the-device.

Lowestoft Chronicle

Basic Information
www.lowestoftchronicle.com
Cambridge
Massachusetts
United States
02140 - 1401
Contact Information
Nicholas
Litchfield
Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
Print
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
No payment
Year Founded: 
2009
Percentage of Unsolicited Submissions Published: 
Greater than 50
Representative Authors: 
Vanessa Blakeslee, Linda Boroff, Suzanne Brøgger, Scott Dominic Carpenter, Tim Conley, Mickey J. Corrigan, Christopher Cosmos, Jennine Capó Crucet, Rob Dinsmoor, Mary Donaldson-Evans, William Doreski, Joan Frank, James Gallant, Ivy Goodman, Marc Harshman, David Havird, Charles Holdefer, Dietrich Kalteis, Michael C. Keith, Barth Landor, Robert Mangeot, Matt Mason, Matthew P. Mayo, Robert Garner McBrearty, Valerie Nieman, Dorene O'Brien, Jay Parini, Nicholas Rombes, James Sale, Knud Sønderby, Allister Timms, and Robert Wexelblatt.
Issues per Year: 
4
Circulation: 
2,500 to 5,000

Founded in 2009, Lowestoft Chronicle is an online literary magazine, published quarterly, accepting flash fiction, short stories, poetry, interviews, and creative non-fiction. Preference is given to humorous submissions with an emphasis on travel. An anthology of the best work is published annually.

Read our submission guidelines for details. Email submissions only. Does not accept previously published work.

Variety Pack

Basic Information
208 North Street
Buffalo
New York
United States
14201
Contact Information
J.B.
Stone
Founding Editor & Reviews Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
E-publication
Audio
Reading Period: 
Aug 15 to Sep 15
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
No payment
Year Founded: 
2019
Representative Authors: 
Tara Campbell, Justin Karcher, Mike Chin, Alan Chazaro, Matthew Bookin, Jazz De Nero, Deon Robinson, Travis Tate, Trina Young, Anna Coopserstone, Mileva Anastasiadou, Khalisa Rae
Issues per Year: 
3
Circulation: 
Less than 1,000
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
18-22

We at Variety Pack try to live up to our namesake! A bedrock of diverse voices, expressing a variety of arts & letters. We are open to both genre and literary. We have an aesthetic, but it's a broad atlas rather than a narrow stream!

Please read our guidelines carefully! Read previous issues, but also feel free to send us something that we haven't published yet. Note* Reading periods will be subject to change. As of next month, we will be reading for our fifth issue!

Aline

I have written poetry all my life and start my writing day in that genre.  I am also working on two historical novels, one set in WWII and the other set in the U.S. at the time of the Vietnam war.  The WWII novel is close to being finished.  The Vietnam novel is in the first draft stage.  What I'm looking for:  discussion about writing work in those particular eras, any discussion about writing, and critique opportunities, if we can find a reasonable way to accomplish that.

Pronouns: 
She/Her
Location: 
Danville, CA
United States
California
Genres: 
Fiction, Flash Fiction, Historical, Literary Fiction, Poetry, Prose Poetry, Short Fiction, War
My publishing/workshop experience: 
Attend(ed) an MFA program, Published in literary journal, Have workshop experience
How I choose to identify myself: 
European American, Scotch-Irish American
Languages I write or speak in: 
English
I’m looking for a group that:
Meets Online.
has a maximum group size of 5.
meets for
Critique, Submissions, Discussion.

meets
Monthly.

Jack Tarrou

Hello! My name's Jack, I'm a 22 year old writer living in Washington, near Seattle. I've written on and off through college, taking several creative writing classes to hone my skills. The most intensive piece I've written was a feature length film script, but I've also written a television script and series bible, as well as short stories and poems.

I often find maintain a habit of writing difficult, thought since I graduate in a few weeks, I'm hoping that I'll have the time and motivation to write more, and I hope that through finding a group of likeminded artists will help me stay motivated in my writing, as well as provide me an outlet for constructive criticism of my work.

Location: 
Seattle, WA
United States
Washington
Genres: 
Cross-genre, Fiction, Humor, Literary Fiction, Poetry, Pop Culture, Serialized Fiction, Short Fiction, Speculative Fiction, War
My publishing/workshop experience: 
Have workshop experience
How I choose to identify myself: 
American, White
Languages I write or speak in: 
English
I’m looking for a group that:
Meets Online.
meets for
Critique, Workshop, Writing exercises, Encouragement, Accountability partners, Reading.

Sky Island Journal

Basic Information
New Mexico
United States
Contact Information
Jason
Splichal
Co-Founder and Co-Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Poetry
Fiction
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
Web
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
Less than 3 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
Yes
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
No payment
Year Founded: 
2017
Percentage of Unsolicited Submissions Published: 
1% to 5%
Representative Authors: 
B.J. Hollars, Meg Pokrass, Noriko Nakada, Richard Martin, Rob Carney, Jeannie Roberts, Mary Rogers-Grantham, Linda H.Y. Hegland, Shane Griffin, Oz Hardwick, Tara Kun, Craig Barker, Britany Jean Golden, Laura Passin, Nicholas Claro, Bria Fey Servoss, Lauren Villa
Issues per Year: 
4
Subscription Price: 
Free
Issue Price: 
Free
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
15-30

Sky Island Journal is an independent, international, free-access literary journal; we are dedicated to discovering and publishing the finest original poetry, flash fiction, and creative nonfiction. We publish accomplished, well-established authors—side by side—with fresh, emerging voices. We provide our readers with a powerful, focused, advertising-free literary experience that transports them: one that challenges them intellectually and moves them emotionally.

We want to be the first publication to give your writing a clean, powerful, international platform with a diverse readership. What are we looking for? We don’t want to limit our readers; therefore, we don’t want to limit you. We know quality work when we experience it. We don’t mean to be coy, but you need to know that we’re not interested in making your art conform to some preconceived aesthetic. We’re neither presumptuous enough, nor pretentious enough, to proclaim what "won’t fit" before we even try it on. Send us your best. We have over 80,000 readers in 145 countries, and they are hungry for the best new writing.

Creative Nonfiction

Basic Information
607 College Ave
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania
United States
15232
Contact Information
Hattie
Fletcher
Managing Editor
Details
Genres Published: 
Creative Nonfiction
Formats: 
E-publication
Print
Reading Period: 
Jan 1 to Dec 31
Reporting Time: 
3 to 6 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
Yes
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
Cash
Percentage of Unsolicited Submissions Published: 
1% to 5%
Representative Authors: 
<p>Cheryl Strayed, Phillip Lopate, John Edgar Wideman, Lauren Slater, Stefan Fatsis, Robin Hemley, Judith Barrington</p>
Issues per Year: 
4
Circulation: 
5,000 to 10,000
Subscription Price: 
$50/8 issues; $32/4 issues
Issue Price: 
$10
Number of Debut Authors per Issue: 
on average 2-3

Creative Nonfiction draws heavily from unsolicited submissions. Our editors believe that providing a platform for emerging writers and helping them find readers is an essential role of literary magazines, and it’s been our privilege to work with many fine writers early in their careers. A typical issue of CNF contains at least one essay by a previously unpublished writer. We’re open to all types of creative nonfiction, from immersion reportage to personal essay to memoir.

Please do send work that blends style with substance, and reaches beyond the personal to tell us something new about the world. We're drawn to stories that balance a strong narrative (i.e. something happens) with a teaching or reflective element (i.e. the something that happens matters for some reason). Please do include your complete contact information and keep us informed of the status of simultaneous submissions. Please don't send poetry.

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