The editors of The Cincinnati Review (est. 2003) have opened the publication’s yearly reading period and are now reviewing submissions for upcoming issues.
The semiannual literary journal is edited and published by students and faculty of the University of Cincinnati. Both aspiring and experienced writers are encouraged to submit their work.
- Poetry: submit up to 10 pages of poetry.
- Prose (fiction/nonfiction): not to exceed 40 (double-spaced) pages.
- Literary Nonfiction: not to exceed 20 (double-spaced) pages.
- Book review: approx. 1500 words/review.
- Online flash feature: up to three pieces in a single file.
- Micro prose (fiction, nonfiction, and hybrid works): up to 500 words.
- Micro poetry: up to 32 lines.
Payment: $25/page for prose; and $30/page for poetry.
The Cincinnati Review buys FNASR, plus electronic rights. Authors retain All Rights after publication.
Lisa Ampleman serves as Managing Editor; Don Bogen is the Poetry Editor; Michael Griffith is the Fiction Editor; and Kristen Iversen is the Literary Nonfiction Editor.
Reading period closes: March 1, 2018. Read writer’s guidelines at TCR’s website.