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Hotel Amerika

About Hotel Amerika: An exciting venue for both well-known and emerging writers. We strive to house in our pages the most unique and provocative poetry, fiction and nonfiction available.

Contact Information:

Columbia College

Chicago English Department

600 S. Michigan Avenue

Chicago, IL 60605-1996

Phone: (312) 369-8175

Email: editors@Hotelamerika.net

Web: www.HotelAmerika.net

Submission/Subscription Information:

Simultaneous submissions: no Email submissions: no Reading period: 9/1-5/1 Response time: We will try to get back to you in a timely manner Payment: 2 Copies ISSN: 1541-2261 Founded: Fall 2002 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Ingram Periodicals, Inc. Average pages: 115 Copy price: $9 USD $13 CDN Sample price (postpaid): $7 Subscription $18

Publisher’s description: Launched in 2002, Hotel Amerika is already firmly established as an exciting venue for both well-known and emerging writers. We publish exceptional writing in all its forms, so it’s not uncommon to find traditional work alongside the experimental. We strive to house in our pages the most unique and provocative poetry, fiction and nonfiction available. Work with a quirky, unconventional edge—either in form or content—is often favored by our editors. HA is an eclectic journal that attracts an equally eclectic audience.

Published twice a year, Hotel Amerika has printed the work of such writers as John Ashbery, Andrea Dworkin, Leonard Kriegel, Natania Rosenfeld, Dean Young, Bob Hicok, Billy Collins, Maxine Kumin, Brian Teare, and Lisa Samuels. Most recently, Kim Dana Kupperman was included in Best American Essays 2006 for her essay, “Relief.”

Recent issues:

Vol. 11, Spring 2013 features essays by Teresa Barnett, Jericho Parms, Joe Bonomo, Chris Arthur, and more; prose poetry by F. Daniel Rzicznek, Rebecca Muntean, MEgan Culhane Galbraith, and more; transgenre by Matthew Cooperman and Andrew Grace; Fiction by Manuel Martinez, Kevin Griffith, Stephanie Dickinson, and Sreedhevi Iyer; and poetry by Katherine Soniat, Sarah White, John Gallaher, Simeon Berry, H. L. Hix, and more.

 

last updated 05/06/2014