Ends on October 15, 2019$10.00
$10.00

GUIDELINES:
 

  • Please submit up to 5 poems in separate Word documents.
  • The winner will receive $1000, a $100 Duotrope Gift Certificate, and print publication in The Penn Review No. 70.
  • In addition, the winning poem will be included among The Penn Review’s nominees for the 2021 Pushcart Prize.
  • All poems are considered for regular publication.
  • Simultaneous and multiple submissions are allowed, but please specify them in your cover letter. 
  • Finalists will be notified in November, and final decisions announced in December.
  • The entrance fee is $10.
Ends on October 15, 2019$10.00
$10.00

GUIDELINES:
 

  • Please submit up to 3 stories of 5000 words or less in separate Word documents.
  •  The winner will receive $1000 and print publication in The Penn Review No. 70.
  • The winning story will also be included among The Penn Review’s nominees for the 2021 Pushcart Prize.
  • All stories are considered for regular publication.
  • Simultaneous and multiple submissions are allowed, but please specify them in your cover letter. 
  • Finalists will be notified in November, and final decisions announced in December.
  • The entrance fee is $10.
$12.50
$12.50

Bound in 8” x 8” softcover, the 69th issue of The Penn Review features an interview with Pulitzer Prize–winning author Michael Cunningham as well as poetry, prose, and artwork from the following emerging and established contributors:

Poetry: Yiwei Chai, Richard Cole, Gail Comorat, Catherine Cowie, Imani Davis, Andie Francis, Robin Gow, Lilace Mellin Guignard, Donna Isaac, Rogan Kelly, Alie Kloefkorn, Clayton Krollman, Jimin Lee, Carolyn Liu, Rebecca Pyle, Michael Schermerhorn, Matthew Spireng, Matthew Sumpter, Joshua Uyheng, Gary J. Whitehead, Pui Ying Wong, and M. Wright.

Fiction: James Smart, Robert Kaye, and Daniel Uncapher.

Creative Nonfiction: Tracey Lien and Manda Frederick. 

Art: Nathaniel Armstrong, Brad Hong, Seon Kim, You Young Kim, Sophia Latorre-Zengierski, Kaitlin Moore, Shelby Prindaville, David Rubenstein, Leechen Zhu, and Karl Zuehlke.

This issue is available for purchase at the price of $12.50, shipping included.  Special rates may apply for international orders.

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