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About

The Seattle Review is a journal wholly committed to the publication of longer works of poetry, novellas, and lyric essays.

Fees Notice: This project charges fees (or requires purchases) for some submissions. They charge fees for some submission periods.

Country of Publication & Year Established

United States Established in 1977

Audience

Open to a broad Audience.

Publication Medium & Frequency

Electronic Publication Electronic PublicationUnknown publication frequency.

Fiction On Hiatus

We are looking for exceptional, risk-taking, intellectual and imaginative (as if these two could ever be separated) novellas.

Genres:
General General
Styles:
Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
Topics:
Open to all/most Topics.
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Novelette Novelette10,000 - 15,000 words.
Novella Novella15,000 - 22,500 words.
Novel Excerpt Novel ExcerptNo specific word count limits known.
Payscale:
We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
No monetary payment No monetary payment.
Submissions:
ElectronicPostalReprintsSimultaneousMedia
OK No No NoText format submissions
Always check guidelines for details and restrictions. If you aren't familiar with these terms, see our glossary.

Nonfiction On Hiatus

Styles:
Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
Topics:
Open to all/most Topics.
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Essay EssayMore than 10,000 words.
Payscale:
We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
No monetary payment No monetary payment.
Submissions:
ElectronicPostalReprintsSimultaneousMedia
OK No No NoText format submissions
Always check guidelines for details and restrictions. If you aren't familiar with these terms, see our glossary.

Poetry On Hiatus

We are looking for exceptional, risk-taking, intellectual and imaginative (as if these two could ever be separated) poems. The long poem can be: a single long poem in its entirety, a self-contained excerpt from a book-length poem, or a unified sequence or series of poems.

Genres:
General General
Poetry Forms:
Long poetry.
Styles:
Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary.
Topics:
Open to all/most Topics.
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Poem PoemNo line limits known; Unknown number of pieces.
Payscale:
We list broad pay categories rather than payment specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
No monetary payment No monetary payment.
Submissions:
ElectronicPostalReprintsSimultaneousMedia
OK No No NoText format submissions
Always check guidelines for details and restrictions. If you aren't familiar with these terms, see our glossary.

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Seattle Review Chapbook Contest CLOSED Charges fees for all submissions

Dates

Last Updated: 28 Feb 2019
Date Added: 02 Aug 2005

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