Threepenny Review, The Guidelines InformationFrequency: Quarterly
Accepts Email Submissions: No
Website URL: http://www.threepennyreview.com
Description: The Threepenny Review is a quarterly review of the arts and society.
Needs: Fiction, nonfiction and poetry
Length: up to 4000 words for stories or articles, or five or fewer poems of less than 100 lines each
Rights: Threepenny buys first serial rights in its print and digital editions
Payment: $400 per story or article, $200 per poem or Table Talk piece
Tips: The editors recommend keeping within these limits: critical articles should be about 1200 to 2500 words, Table Talk items 1000 words or less, stories and memoirs 4000 words or less, and poetry 100 lines or less. You can get an idea for some of the content in the online Reading Room.
How to Submit: Use the online submissions system or submit through the mail. Threepenny does not consider simultaneous submissions. They don't read submissions from July through December.
Response Time: two days to two months
Guidelines Url: http://www.threepennyreview.com/submissions.html
Address: The Editors
The Threepenny Review P.O. Box 9131 Berkeley CA 94709
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-04-07
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