Sycamore Review (est. 1989) has opened its second reading period to review more prose and poetry to appear in future issues. The international literary journal is published bi-annually by the faculty and students of Purdue University’s Liberal Arts program.
Writers, published or not, are encouraged to submit original, well-written poetry and fiction. The editors are open to all styles and genres.
Nonfiction submissions should be either a literary memoir or a creative personal essay. The editors look for freshness, conciseness, importance, convincing dialogue, and vibrant detail. Page count is open.
Payment: $25/poem and $50/story or nonfiction piece for first serial and digital rights. Writers retain all rights after publication.
Charles Nutter Peck is the new interim Editor-in-Chief, replacing Anthony Sutton who had served as Editor-in-Chief during the last reading period.
Deadlines: March 31, 2018 for poetry and fiction. | February 28, 2018 for nonfiction.
Read full writer’s guidelines at Sycamore Review’s website.