The Acentos Review publishes poetry, fiction, memoir, interviews, translations, and artwork by emerging and established Latin@ writers four times a year. It welcomes submissions in English, Spanish, Spanglish, Portuguese, and indigenous languages. Reviews, interviews, and translations are the only areas in which it publishes those who do not identify as Latin@ themselves.
Tips From the Editor
Read the submission guidelines closely. All those who submit are required to answer the prompt: "Being Latin@ means ..." Submissions without these statements must be declined.
The Acentos Review offers opportunities for feedback on every submission, whether through written feedback from the editors or an opportunity to talk with the co-founding editor herself during designated times on Google Hangout or Skype in response to specific questions about the work. Authors and artists must have addressed and fit the guidelines.