Raleigh Review :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines
About Raleigh Review: Raleigh Review is a national magazine of poetry, art and flash.
Raleigh, NC 27628
Phone: (919) 744-9162
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 4-6 weeks on average Payment: $10 plus copies Contests: no ISBN: 978-0-615-40251-2 Founded: 2010 Issues per year: 1 Copy price: $13.95 Average pages: 100 Subscription (Ind/Inst) 1 year: $13.95
Publisher’s description: Within our first year, our stories and poems have won and placed in competitions such as Best of the Net. While the magazine is primarily run by NC State University alumni and MFA graduate students, Raleigh Review is independent from any college or university.
We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the US Internal Revenue code and we survive on direct public support, which means we must sell copies in order to sustain the magazine. We also have a small bookshop in Old Raleigh and we offer workshops with an award winning faculty in our Writers’ House Loft once per year.
The fiction and poetry reaches us here in the City of Oaks at distances ranging from just a few steps to as far away as Mumbai. We hope you enjoy some of our selections. At the same time, we believe art should challenge as well as entertain.
A Raleigh Review volume 2 poem titled, "A Fable For Aesop" by Jonathan Harris placed in Best of the Net (2011) and this poem opens the issue that features works by writers such as Sherman Alexie, Joseph Millar, J.M. McDermott, Al Maginnes, Shabnam Nadiya, Josh Booton, Maria Nazos, Barry Spacks, among others.
last updated 01/07/2013