Copper Nickel Guidelines Information

Copper Nickel Established: 2002

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Description: Copper Nickel is a national literary journal housed at the University of Colorado Denver. It was founded by poet Adam York in 2002.

Editor(s): Wayne Miller

Needs: Poetry, fiction and essays as well as translations.

Payment: Copper Nickel currently pays $30 per page + contributors copies + a one-year subscription. They also award two $500 prizes per issue.

How to Submit: Submit five to ten poems or a single piece of prose at a time. Simultaneous submissions are accepted but contact them if your work is accepted elsewhere.

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This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-06-05

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