The Cincinnati Review Guidelines Information

Established: 2003

Website URL:

Twitter: @CincinnReview

Description: A literary magazine published at the University of Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Review has published new and emerging writers as well as Pulitzer Prize winners and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellows

Needs: Fiction, literary nonfiction, review, translations and poetry.

Rights: First North American serial rights, including electronic rights; all rights revert to author upon publication.

Payment: $25/page for prose in journal and $30/page for poetry in journal.

Tips: They run a weekly online flash feature for shorter works calls miCRo. You can submit by email. Payment is a free digital issue.

How to Submit: The publication uses an online submission manager to accept submissions.

Response Time: about six months

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Address: The Cincinnati Review P.O. Box 210069 Cincinnati OH 45221-0069

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-17

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