Tuesday, 1 November 2011

The Wisconsin Review is looking for Irish writers

The Wisconsin Review publishes both new and established authors of outstanding poetry, fiction, and non-fiction as well as practitioners of the graphic arts. Our staff comes from diverse aesthetic backgrounds, so send us works of overwhelming excellence.

We read for the Spring issue from May through October, and for the Fall issue from November through April. Submissions sent during the summer months may stay on our desks for longer.

The Wisconsin Review retains First North American Serial Rights of published work. Electronic submissions require a $2.00 reading fee. Current subscribers can submit without paying the fee. We also consider postal submissions without reading fees.

Submission link here
Magazine link here

Duotrope says:
Wisconsin Review is a student funded organization and a member of the Oshkosh Student Association. Its chief goal is to produce Wisconsin Review, the literary magazine of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Through this publication and other activities, Wisconsin Review introduces students and subscribers to fine contemporary poetry, fiction and art.
FICTION: Standard or experimental styles will be considered, although we look for outstanding characterization and unique themes.
POETRY: We are open to any poetic form and style, and look for outstanding imagery, new themes and fresh voices--poetry that induces emotions.

2 comments:

valeriesirr said...

thanks for info, Kate. Congrats on 'Some Poems' btw

Emerging Writer said...

Thanks Valerie.