We welcome the above, but please don’t see this as a limiting list, rather a starting list of suggestions. Reviews can be for books, films, games, or other works, and should be thoughtful, productive, analytical, and engage with the subject.
We ask for exclusive rights to published pieces for a period of two weeks.
After that, republishing with attribution is welcome.
We apologize in advance if we are unable to respond to every submission.
Please take care in your submissions to us and all literary journals.
Aside from fitting our genre, submissions should be: free of your name or other identifying/contact information in the manuscript, header, and filename; you do not need to attach a cover page with your manuscript as that information is requested in the submission form itself (Clarification: The submitter’s name is often important to the story. This is bound to happen since, after all, we publish creative nonfiction where you, the writer, are likely central to the story.
It is because the entropy of the universe has caused us to drown in a void of oblivion that prevents us from replying in assent, proving, once and for all, that everything is upside down.
These guidelines were updated and page reorganized a bit on Dec. Please read them carefully before submitting; there’s a lot covered here. Go to our Submittable page now.) Looking for a literary magazine that accepts personal essays?
If you do not hear from us within three business days, you should feel free to offer it elsewhere.
As Trish Hall, the former Op-Ed and Sunday Review editor has written, "Anything can be an Op-Ed.” Personal or explanatory essays, commentary on news events, reflections on cultural trends and more are all welcome.