Long River Review: Calling all writers, artists and photographers!

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Anyone considering submitting a piece of work has until Monday, Feb. 4, and must send their submissions to the Long River Review via their email: submissions@longriverreview.com. Be sure to include the genre of your work in the subject line. (Screenshot of website)

Are you a writer? An artist? A photographer? This might be your time to shine!

With the spring semester now upon us, the staff of the University of Connecticut’s literary magazine, the Long River Review, is calling for any and all pieces of literature or artwork to be submitted for publication in the Spring 2019 issue. Submissions are open to anyone, both UConn students and non-UConn students, so don’t hesitate to send something in!

Those interested in written submissions can submit any genre: Fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, translation, drama, hybrid pieces or anything else related. All entries must contain a cover sheet detailing the title, genre and the author’s contact information.

Those interested in art submissions can submit any of the following mediums: Photography, illustration, printmaking, paintings, comics, drawings and mixed-media works. These submissions must also have a cover sheet. Art submissions by UConn students will also be considered for the Gloriana Gill Art Awards and the Long River Art Award.

Anyone considering submitting a piece of work has until Monday, Feb. 4, and must send their submissions to the Long River Review via their email: submissions@longriverreview.com. Be sure to include the genre of your work in the subject line.

All other information about submissions can be found on the Long River Review’s website. Spread the word!


Ryan Amato is a campus correspondent for The Daily Campus. He can be reached via email at ryan.amato@uconn.edu.

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