The Lakeshore Review (ISSN 2694-1635) is a journal of arts and letters that celebrates the culture and the creators adjacent to the Great Lakes, as well as its full range of written and visual art. Within its home territory, the editors assess no reading fees, although they levy a nominal fee for people submitting from outside the Great Lakes region.
Tips From the Editor
We entertain anything — the uplifting, the tragic, the experimental, the conventional, the controversial. Your contribution must prod people to think, or feel, or question. Tell a good story. Paint a beautiful picture of the human experience. Surprise us. Delight us. We’re willing to take a risk on emerging talent and we honor no ideological shibboleths. The beauty and the power of the work matters. Not its pedigree or its politics.