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New Orleans Review
A Journal of Literature and Culture
About New Orleans Review: New Orleans Review, publishing contemporary poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, photography, and film and book reviews, is engaging, challenging, surprising, and always good looking.
New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone: (504) 865-2295
Simultaneous submissions: yes Postal submissions: no Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 4 months Payment: see website Contests: see website ISSN: 0028-6400 Founded: 1968 Issues per year: 2 Distributors: Ingram Copy Price: $15 Subscription (Ind): $20 Subscription (Inst): $25
Publisher’s Description: New Orleans Review, an award-winning journal of contemporary poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, photography, film and criticism publishes an eclectic selection of writing by established and emerging writers. We are pound-for-pound one of the top literary magazines out there. Check out a recent issue and see why.
The New Orleans Review sponsors the Walker Percy Short Fiction Contest, which was judged in 2010 by Nancy Lemann, and whose winner was Jacob Appel.
Work published in the New Orleans Review has been reprinted in the Pushcart Prize, Best American Poetry, Best American Nonrequired Reading, New Stories From the South, and O. Henry Prize Stories anthologies, in the Utne Reader, and on Poetry Daily and Verse Daily.
Past contributors include Pablo Neruda, Walker Percy, Hunter S. Thompson, Joyce Carol Oates, Julio Cortazar, Nelson Algren, Tess Gallagher, Rikki Ducornet, Matthea Harvey, D. A. Powell, Michael Martone, Bruce Smith, and Aurelie Sheehan, and Ed Skoog.
The New Orleans Review is engaging, surprising, and always good looking. The New Orleans Review abides.
Contributors to the 39.1, Summer 2013 issue include LaShonda Katrice Barnett, Monica Berlin, José Duarte, Harold Jaffe, LaTanya McQueen, Beth Marzoni, Jason Myers, Katie Jean Shinkle, and Jane Wong.
This issue [38.2, Fall 2012] is a series of five chapbooks: “Polish Movers” by Cody Peace Adams, “To Create a World” by Juan Rengifo-Borrero, “Beloved Father Person” by Patricia Colleen Murphy, “Harold’s Problem” by Max Ross, and “A Nickel Novel” by Lynda Sexson.
This issue [38.1, 2012] features work by Allison Alsup, Hasan Altaf, Kevin Breen, Shome Dasgupta, John Grey, Jeff Hardin, Makiko Hayasaka, Yuri Herrera, Michael Homolka, Fanny Howe, Jeanne M. Leiby, Lo Kwa Mei-en, Naomi Mulvhill, Christian Nagle, Chuya Nakahara, Walker Percy, Emily Rosko, Lee Rossi, Greg Vargo, William Weitzel, and many more.
last updated 08/05/2013