Alaska Quarterly Review Guidelines Information

Alaska Quarterly Review Established: 1980

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Description: Alaska Quarterly Review is a literary magazine of consequence. The journal celebrated its 35th anniversary with the Summer/Fall 2017 issue. It is published by the University of Alaska Anchorage in partnership with the Center for the Narrative and Lyric Arts.

Editor(s): Ronald Spatz

Needs: AQR is seeking submissions of fiction, short plays, poetry, photo essays, and literary nonfiction in traditional and experimental styles.

Payment: Payment is not specified on the current writer's guidelines page (as of March 2018).

Tips: An interview with AQR founding editor and Editor-in-Chief Ronald Spatz was published in Writers Market and contains advice for submitting writers.

How to Submit: AQR is taking hard copy submissions sent via post with SASE or an email address. Online submissions are expected to return in fall 2019.

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Address: Alaska Quarterly Review
University of Alaska Anchorage 3211 Providence Drive (ESH 208) Anchorage AK 99508

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-05

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