Mid-American Review Guidelines Information
Website URL: https://casit.bgsu.edu/midamericanreview/
Description: Mid-American Review (MAR) is an international literary journal publishing stories, poems, essays and reviews. It is published at Bowling Green State University.
Editor(s): Abigail Cloud, Editor-in-Chief
Needs: Fiction, poetry, essays and reviews. MAR says its mission is to publish the "best contemporary fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and translations." It features the work of both both new and established artists.
Rights: First North American Serial Rights
Payment: Two complimentary copies of MAR.
Tips: Read advice from the editor for each submission category. Simultaneous submissions are okay but provide immediate notification if a piece is accepted elsewhere.
MAR also runs several contests with cash prizes, including the Sherwood Anderson Fiction Prize and James Wright Poetry Prize.
How to Submit: Submit using the the Mid-American Review Submission Manager or via postal mail.
Guidelines Url: https://casit.bgsu.edu/midamericanreview/submit/
Address: Mid-American Review
Department of English Bowling Green State University Bowling Green OH 43403
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2019-08-15
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