Raleigh Review

Call :: Don’t Forget Raleigh Review Open to Submissions for Spring 2021

We with Raleigh Review believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. We are currently open to general submissions for poetry and flash fiction through Halloween 2020 at Midnight. There is a small convenience fee to submit to our general submission categories. We encourage you to check out our free full-issue online archive to find out more about us: www.raleighreview.org. Our Spring 2020 issue features work by Sarah Hardy, Michael Horton, Alexander Weinstein, Kyce Bello, Sandy Longhorn, and many more.

Call :: Raleigh Review Open to Submissions through Halloween 2020

Deadline: Halloween 2020 at Midnight
The Raleigh Review believes that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. They are currently open to general submissions for poetry and flash fiction through Halloween 2020 at Midnight. There is a small convenience fee to submit to their general submission categories as this helps to defray the costs associated with operating via the Submittable platform, a necessary resource for them as their staff is located across the country and at times the world. They encourage you to check out their free full-issue online archive to find out more about them: www.raleighreview.org.

Call :: Raleigh Review Spring 2021 Issue

Deadline: Halloween 2020 at Midnight
We with Raleigh Review believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. We are currently open to general submissions for poetry and flash fiction through Halloween 2020 at Midnight. There is a small convenience fee to submit to our general submission categories as this helps to defray the costs associated with operating via the Submittable platform, a necessary resource for us as our staff is located across the country and at times the world. We encourage you to check out our free full-issue online archive to find out more about us: www.raleighreview.org.

Contest :: Laux/Millar RR Prize Closes June 1

This is just a reminder that literary magazine Raleigh Review is open to submissions for its 2020 Laux/Millar RR Prize until 5 AM EST on June 1.

Initial judges for the prize are the poetry team of the literary magazine, stacked with award winners. Joseph Millar and Dorianne Laux will then judge the finalists. All entrants will receive a copy of the prize issue (a $20 value) to be released in Fall 2020.

Entry fee for the contest is $15 to submit up to 5 poems. First prize is $500 and publication. Finalists will receive $15 and publication. All poems submitted will be considered for normal publication along with Raleigh Review‘s standard pay rate.

Submissions are accepted via Submittable only.

Contest :: 2020 Laux/Millar RR Prize

Raleigh Review - Spring 2020Deadline: June 1, 2020 at 5 AM EST
Raleigh Review is open for the 2020 Laux/Millar Raleigh Review Poetry Prize. All entrants to the contest receive the fall 2020 issue. Raleigh Review is a nonprofit literary arts organization now in its 11th year. Works selected during the spring submission period will appear in the fall issue. To submit, visit: raleighreview.submittable.com/submit/.

Raleigh Review 2020 Flash Fiction Contest Winners

Raleigh Review - Spring 2020The Spring 2020 issue of Raleigh Review features the winner and two runners-up of the 2020 Flash Fiction Contest. The winner received $500 and publication, and the runners-up received Raleigh Review’s standard $15 payment as well as publication. The pieces are set apart in the latest issue with pages bordered in blue for the winner and purple for the runners-up.

Winner
“The Museum of Forgotten Emotions” by Alexander Weinstein

Runners-up
“Cezanne” by Alexander Steele
“The Year of Transformation” by Sarah Hardy

The Raleigh Review Fiction Team served as this year’s judges. The 2020 contest opened on July 1, 2019, so check back this summer for details on the 2021 contest.

Raleigh Review – 10.1

Raleigh Review - Spring 2020

This issue of Raleigh Review features the winner of the flash fiction contest, Alexander Weinstein, and runners-up, Alexander Steele and Sarah Hardy. Plus new fiction from Michael Horton, Laura Marshall, Casey McConahay, Jeff McLaughlin, AJ Nolan, and Mark Wagenaar, and new poetry by Threa Almontaser, Kyce Bello, Despy Boutris, Lupita Eyde-Tucker, Charlotte Hughes, Kamal E. Kimball, Sandy Longhorn, Aimee Seu, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, and more. This issue also features the art of Stacey Cushner, and an interview with Patricia Henley.