Submit Your Work

The 2020 issue of Long River Review is now accepting submissions! The deadline to submit your work is Monday, February 10th, 2020. 

Who can submit? Anyone! As of 2017, we are now accepting submissions from the general public as well as from UConn students and faculty at any of our campuses.

Guidelines for Written Submissions

Please send all poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, international pieces, translations, hybrid pieces, and/or any otherwise uncategorized creative works to If submitting a translation, please also include the original poem that you are translating with your submission and cite the source of the original non-English piece.

All entries must include a cover sheet with the following information: Title, genre, your name, address, phone number, email, and student ID number (if applicable – UConn students only). Please include the genre of your submission(s) in the subject line of your email.

If entering submissions in multiple genres, group your submissions by genre: e.g. send one email with all of your poetry submissions, a separate email with fiction, another email with nonfiction, etc.

The number of submissions is not limited. However, do use your best judgment and send us your best work.

If you have any questions or concerns please email Darcie Dennigan, Faculty Advisor, at

Guidelines for Art Submissions

The Long River Review welcomes art submissions of all mediums including photography, illustration, printmaking, paintings, comics, drawings, and mixed media works.

All art submitted by UConn students to LRR will be considered for generous cash prizes provided by the Gloriana Gill Art Awards and the Long River Art Award.

Files must be emailed to with “LRR Art Submission” in the subject line.

Submit art work based on the following specifications:

Photoshop tiff
5.75 inches (minimum width)
300 dpi

All entries must include a cover sheet with the following information: Title of work, medium, your name, local address, local phone, email, student ID number, 50-word biographical note, and a short description of piece.

Pieces may be printed in black and white. If color is an important element to your piece and you do not want it to be printed in grayscale, please indicate your preferences when you submit.

Please direct any questions and concerns to Darcie Dennigan, Faculty Advisor, at