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Submit fiction pieces up to 5,000 words. Flash fiction welcome. No previously published work (online or in print). Simultaneous submissions are okay.
Submit nonfiction pieces up to 5,000 words. Flash nonfiction welcome. No previously published work (online or in print). Simultaneous submissions are okay.
Submit up to five pages of poems. No previously published work (online or in print). Simultaneous submissions are okay.
We are looking for reviews of books (all genres) forthcoming or published in the last year. We are also interested in reviews of books that have been largely neglected (often publications from small/independent presses) in the past 5, 10, 15, or even 20 years. Reviews should be between 500 and 1500 words. We publish book reviews online and they can be ascribed to the reviewer or kept anonymous.
Query us (noreview at loyno dot edu) if you’d like to submit or propose an interview.
Submissions for print are now closed. We’ll tweet when they are open again.
FORTHCOMING Fall 2017:
* The African Literary Hustle* When African literature is published in the West, it is too often realist, in English, and always in the spirit of Chinua Achebe. But romance, science fiction, fantasy, epic, experimental poetry, satire, political allegory all find expression in Africa, though not necessarily publication. Those who are called to write often have to hustle to get recognition by writing a coming-of-age colonial encounter tale or hustle even harder to have their unique voices heard. In a special issue of New Orleans Review guest edited by Mukoma wa Ngugi and Laura Murphy, we will celebrate (and publish) popular and not-so popular writing from Africa.
We use an online submissions system exclusively. This system reduces our carbon footprint, decreases our response time, and makes tracking submissions for you and for us most accurate and efficient. Submissions require a $3 fee (except for book reviews): $1 is split between the credit card company and the submissions manager service; and, $2 goes toward New Orleans Review, helping us to publish both online and in print.