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Submissions for Long River Review are now OPEN for 2023. 

Guidelines for Written Submissions

Submissions for Long River Review are now OPEN for 2023. 

Please send all poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, translations, drama, hybrid pieces, and/or any otherwise uncategorized creative works to LRR via Submittable (access the button at the bottom of this page). If submitting a translation, please also include the original text with your submission and cite the source of the original non-English piece.

Submission limit: 30 pages of prose, drama, or multimedia; 10 pages of poetry.

Long River Review accepts simultaneous submissions. Please let us know as soon as you can if your work is accepted elsewhere.

If your work is accepted, we ask for First North American Serial Rights (i.e., to be the first publication in North America to publish it), after which the rights revert back to you.

All contributors get two copies of the issue where their work is featured. Unfortunately, we are not in the position to offer payment to our writers. 

Guidelines for Art Submissions

NOTE : The deadline for submitting visual art is now open for the 2023 publication.

The Long River Review welcomes art 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.

Submit art work based on the following specifications:

Photoshop tiff
5.75 inches (minimum width)
300 dpi

Long River Review accepts simultaneous submissions. Please let us know as soon as you can if your work is accepted elsewhere.

We accept only previously unpublished work. 

 

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Email Professor Ellen Litman, faculty advisor, at ellen.litman@uconn.edu with questions.