Rathalla Review, the literary magazine of Rosemont College MFA in Creative Writing and Graduate Publishing programs, publishes two online and one print annual each year with the mission to give emerging and established writers and artists an outlet for their creative vision. Submissions open August 14 for their Fall 2022 issue, so take a look now to get a sense of their aesthetic. The Spring 2022 online volume features Art by Roger Camp, Phyllis Green, Weining Wang; Fiction by Robert McGuill, Daniel Goulden, Greg Probst; Flash Fiction by Salvatore Difalco, David A. Summers, Carolyn Oliver; and Poetry by Malisa Garlieb, Jennifer Judge, and Jessica Whipple.
This annual issue of Rathalla Review is comprised of the best work from the Spring and Fall issues during the pandemic. In these pages, we showcase the best poems, essays, stories, and art we received during a time when all our lives were changing. Gale Acuff, Jay Julio, Bina Ruchi Perino, David Wright, and more.
Deadline: October 16, 2020 Rathalla Review is accepting submissions for our Fall Issue until October 16th. We’re looking for fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork. We are especially interested in flash-length pieces that represent a diversity in voices and experiences. Our Fall issue is published online in December; however, all work is also considered for our yearly print anthology, published Spring 2021.
The Rathalla Review Spring 2020 issue features work by Timothy Dodd, Liam Strong, Thad DeVassie, Nathan Spoon, Isaac W Sauer, Henry Stimpson, Jeffery H. MacLachlan, Phillip Sterling, Adam Luebke, and Bina Ruchi Perino.