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Hayden’s Ferry Review
About Hayden's Ferry Review: Hayden’s Ferry Review showcases the voices of emerging and established talents in creative writing and visual art from the national and international community
Department of English
Box 870302, Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ 85287-0302
Phone: (480) 965-1337
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 1-3 months Payment: no ISSN: 0887-5170 Founded: 1986 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Ingram Average pages: 200 Copy price: $9 Sample price (postpaid): $13 Subscription 1 year: $25
Publisher’s description: Hayden's Ferry Review showcases the voices of emerging and established talents in creative writing and visual art from the national and international community. Because our editorship changes annually and involves the cooperation of two editors per genre, HFR is not tied down to particular styles, schools of thought, aesthetics, or ideologies. Additionally, editors often choose to explore particular topics in special sections.
We believe the artistic and cultural conversations between the work of established and emerging artists figure prominently in the future of written and visual art, and we are enthusiastic about identifying and supporting artists whose work we feel is of significant cultural merit.
Only a small portion of our publication is solicited from established authors; most published works are chosen from the thousands of unsolicited manuscripts of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and art we receive each year; every submission to HFR is carefully considered.
The new issue of Hayden’s Ferry Review (54, Spring/Summer 2014) marks the 27th year of this journal publishing exciting and innovative fiction, poetry, essays, translation and photography. Featuring both emerging and established writers and artists, this issue includes work from Monica Berlin, Seth Fried, BJ Hollars, Roya Khatiblou, EJ Koh, Mike Meginnis, Doug Ramspeck, Judith Joy Ross and more, plus translation selections showcasing Indigenous languages of North America.
The Departure issue of Hayden’s Ferry Review (53, Fall/Winter 2013) has landed! Featuring new prose, poetry, translations and photography from J.A. Tyler, Chelsea Biondolillo, Lucas Southworth, Grace Bauer, Matthew Baker, Sandy Longhorn, John James, Kirk Nesset, Cutter Streeby and more! Please keep your seatbelt fastened and all seatbacks and trays in the upright and locked position. Hayden’s Ferry Review is about to take you places you’ve never been before.
The beautiful new issue of Hayden’s Ferry Review (Spring/Summer 2013) features work by Kwame Dawes, Antonio Machado, David James Poissant, Zana Previti, Lydia Ship, Alexandra Teague, Kara van de Graaf, and more, plus artwork by Roger Ballen and Carolyn Drake and an interview with the late Jake Adam York.
Last updated 05/19/2014