The Spring 2023 issue of West Trade Review is their annual print edition and features fiction by Emily Hall, Nick Gregorio, and Maria Alvarez; poetry by Robert Wood Lynn, Rogan Kelly, Kimberly Ann Priest, Anthony DiPietro, Bree Bailey, Max Parker, and Megan Merchant; CNF by Haley Notter, Lily Levin, and Katherine Grasso; visual art by Nika Novich; interviews with Emily Hall, Robert Wood Lynn, and Nika Novich. West Trade Review‘s mission is to perpetuate the work of artists both well-known and yet-to-be-known, reflecting diversity in style, content, and perspective throughout prose, poetry, photography, and other artwork.
Literary nonprofit journal West Trade Review is seeking to fill two editorial positions: Associated Fiction Editor and Reviews Editor. Please do note that all staff are volunteers.
Our mission is to perpetuate the work of artists both well known and yet-to-be-known, simultaneously enriching our world through the written word and visual arts. We strive to reflect diversity in style, content and perspective throughout prose, poetry, photography and other artwork.
Our focus is to simply present to you the best art possible by both emerging and established creative minds.
If you resonate their mission, please consider applying. Work for all positions is completed remotely. Training provided if needed (in some cases).
The Spring 2022 issue of the annual print edition of West Trade Review includes fiction by Jessica Denzer, Sam Asher, Roger Topp, and Elizabeth Childs; poetry by Luke Johnson, Melissa Ginsburg, Jordan Charlton, Dare Williams and Kara Knickerbocker; Creative Nonfiction by Les Brady, Shanisha Branch, Thomas Kevin O’Rourke, Sarah Edmonds, and Sandra Hager Eliason; Visual Art by and interviews with Kelechi Nwaneri, Tania Nneji, and Segun Aiyesan – and this is just a small sampling of the contents, some of which are available to read online. Cover image: “Flooded Apartment 3” by Kelechi Nwaneri.
The summer 2021 issue of West Trade Review features fiction by Desmond Fuller and Gregory Borse; poetry by Gina Marie Bernard, Monica Mills, Gaven Wallace, Anna Zwade, Yasmina Martin, Ann Weil, John M. Davis, KG Newman, Mara Lee Grayson, Mark Seidl, Kakie Pate, Jessica Hudson, Marc Frazier and Lance Le Gyrs; creative nonfiction by Amy Bowers, and much more.
West Trade Review, formerly Encore Literary Arts Magazine, is accepting preorders for its 12th print issue due out in May of this year.
This issue features fiction by Sophie Nau, Reshmi Hebbar, Lex Chilson; poetry by Mercury-Marvin Sunderland, Tesa Flores, Hunter Boone, Stephanie Dickinson; plus art, interviews, and reviews. Check out their preview and don’t forget to order a copy today.