Nashville Review, a thrice annual digital literary journal published by Vanderbilt University, has opened its second reading period of 2017.
The editors are now reviewing diverse forms of traditional and experimental storytelling, including literary fiction, flash fiction, poetry, essays, artwork, music, and comics. Both prominent and arising writers and artists are urged to submit their material.
The Nashville Review now accepts translations. The editors are seeking translations of modern contemporary literature (i.e. pieces published in their original language, but not available in English).
Word length: under 8K words for prose. Open line count for poetry.
- $100/story (short story, flash fiction, nonfiction or translation)
Reading period ends September 30, 2017. Learn how to submit your work at Nashville Review’s website.
Students enrolled in the Master of Fine Arts program at Vanderbilt University edit and publish Nashville Review. The staff includes multiple editors for fiction, poetry, and artwork. The current editor-in-chief is Samuel Rutter, replacing Dan Haney who had served last reading period.