Copper Nickel announced it is now paying writers and poets whose material is published in the literary journal starting with the Spring 2017 issue.
The editors are currently seeking inventive works of poetry, fiction stories with fresh narratives, critical essays, and translation folios until April 15, 2017.
Copper Nickel is produced and published by faculty and students at the University of Colorado Denver. The national literary journal was established in 2002 by poet Jake Adam York. When York passed away in 2012, the publication went on hiatus until its resurrection in 2014. The staff recently published Copper Nickel’s 23rd issue featuring 170 pages of high-quality literature.
Writers may submit one story, essay, or four to six poems per submission period.
Payment: $30 per printed page, plus two contributor’s copies and a one-year complimentary subscription.
Wayne Miller, the author of four poetry collections and co-editor of three books, serves as Editor-in-Chief and doubles as Managing Editor.
Reading period closes April 15, 2017. Read submission guidelines at Copper Nickel’s website.