Virgina Quarterly Review Guidelines Information

Publisher: University of Virginia

Established: 1925

Frequency: Quarterly

Website URL: http://www.vqronline.org

Twitter: @VQR

Description: The Virginia Quarterly Review (VRQ) is a national journal of literature and discussion. They have a long history of publishing accomplished and award-winning authors. VQR also seeks out and supports emerging writers.

Editor(s): Paul Reyes

Needs: VQR is open to poetry, short fiction and nonfiction. They only consider unpublished work.

Payment: VRQ pays $200 per poem for up to 4 poems. They general pay $1,000 and above for short fiction and other prose. See guidelines for complete payment details.

Tips: Read past issues of VQR before submitting. You can read a portion of every issue for free online.

How to Submit: VRQ uses Submittable to manage submissions. Do not email or mail them submissions. Simultaneous submissions are allowed but notify them immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.

Guidelines Url: http://www.vqronline.org/about-vqr/submissions

Address: Virginia Quarterly Review
5 Boar’s Head Lane P.O. Box 400223 Charlottesville, VA 22904 USA

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-21


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