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The Cincinnati Review
About The Cincinnati Review: The Cincinnati Review provides a venue for writers of any background, at any point in their literary careers, to showcase their best work.
Editors: Don Bogen, Michael Griffith, Nicola Mason
University of Cincinnati, Department of English and Comparative Literature
McMicken Hall, Room 369, PO Box 210069
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0069
Phone: (513) 556-3954
Genres: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, translations
Simultaneous submissions: yes (with notice) Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: 8/15-4/15 Response time: 3-4 months Payment: yes (see website) Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 1546-9034 Founded: 2003 Issues per year: 2 Copy price: $9 Average pages: 200 Subscription (ind) 1 year: $15 Subscription (inst) 1 year: $30
Publisher's description: Since its inception in 2003, The Cincinnati Review has published many promising new and emerging writers, as well as Pulitzer Prize winners and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellows. Poetry and prose from our pages have been selected to appear in the annual anthologies Best American Short Stories, Best American Poetry, New Stories from the South, New Stories from the Midwest, Best New American Voices, Best American Essays, Best American Fantasy, Best American Mystery Stories, Best Creative Nonfiction, and The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses.
Our staff is a motley group of editors, faculty, and graduate-student volunteers. We work in a bustling, pleasantly crowded office in the corner of McMicken Hall, where we pass around and discuss the work writers send us, hold copyediting and proofreading meetings, train students in professional publishing, form assembly lines to mail out new issues, champion literature in all its forms, and take pleasure in doing the daily work of putting new stories, poems, essays, and reviews into print and into our readers' hands.
Winter 2014: The first issue of our tenth anniversary year features work by Steve Almond, Carl Dennis, David Kirby, Daniel A. Hoyt, Emma Duffy-Comparone, Sally Wen Mao, David Wagoner, and Jennifer Murvin, among others, as well as an original score by composer Steven Weimer, who set to music Kathleen Winter’s poem “Eve, Seducing the Apple” as part of our year-long art song initiative. The issue also includes visual art by Eric Lee, translations of Romanian poet Ana Blandiana, and three reviews of debut story collections by women.
last updated 12/09/2013