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Queen of the Court by Madeleine Blais. World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement Announced in May 2021, Roxane Gay Books will publish three works of fiction or nonfiction per year, acquired and edited by Roxane Gay. There were Black Cat editions of Henry Millers Tropic of Cancer, William S. BurroughssNaked Lunch, Hubert Selby Jr.sLast Exit to Brooklyn, Jack KerouacsThe Subterraneans, and many other Grove Press titles. A Crash Course in the History of Black Science Fiction, WWEND LISTS Subscribers can access PDF versions of every issue in. Aurealis Fantasy Award Readings submissions) must be sent by mail to: Translations are acceptable and should be accompanied by a copy of, the original text. At literarium we're constantly gathering new literary markets for you to discover so you can spend more time writing and less time searching. Submit a Letter To The Editor. 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Black Cat titles have won major awards including the Booker Prize, the IMPAC/International Dublin Literary Award, the Barnes & Noble Discover Award, and the Sue Kaufman Prize from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Atlantic Monthly Press is no longer an independently functioning press. does not read submissions sent via fax or e-mail. Grove Atlantics London-based imprint, Grove Press UK, was founded in 2010. Classics of SF In an introduction, executive editor Adrienne LaFrance explains why we need stories, particularly in this current moment: The thinning of print magazines this century has often meant a culling of fiction. This guide focuses on magazines that currently publish short fiction, poetry, and/or creative (aka literary) non-fiction. Should you wish for us to return your manuscript at a later date, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope or sufficient postage (in US stamps). The 2023 APSA Annual Meeting Submission System is open! BookTrackr highlights the books you've read, your favorites, what you're reading now and what you want to read next. Notable titles published on the Grove Press UK list include Mark Bowdens, Otto Penzler continues to publish mystery fiction under the Penzler Publishers imprints, distributed by W. W. Norton. BSFA Award See also "Grove/ Atlantic". Neal Stephenson We're most often . Use BookTrackr to customize WWEnd to your reading history. Locus Horror Award including Nobel Prize winners Samuel Beckett, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, and Kenzaburo Oe. The writers whose creative work appears in their pages range from established icons of Canadian literary arts such as Alice Munro, Margaret Atwood and Lynn Coady, to name just a few to new writers published for the first time. PKD Award EP Masterpieces of SF Needs: The Atlantic says it is always interested in great nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. SF, Fantasy & Horror Series Locus FN Award Nebula Award The science-fiction writer imagined artificial intelligenceand what it might wantlong before this uncanny reality ever became our own. Imagine a convincing AI Joe Biden talking about ballot harvesting, or hacked voting machines. ), visual art (illustration, photography, comics, etc. Many of these magazines also accept submissions for essays, literary criticism, reviews, interviews, graphic narratives, and visual art. We hope to see you all again at next years for the2023 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition,August 31 September 3, in Los Angeles, California! SF Mistressworks Our new reading periods in Submittable for general submissions are open from January 1st to March 1st and September 15th to December 1st. The production, publishing, and sales of Grove Press UK titles are handled by Atlantic Books. If you are calling from outside the United States, please leave us a voicemail stipulating a convenient time to return your call. Acta VictorianaPublished in: Ontario (Victoria University, Toronto)Founded: 1878Genres: Fiction, poetry, visual artsIssues per Year: 4Submissions Guidelines, Ampersand Review of Writing and Publishing, ThePublished in: Ontario (Mississauga)Founded: 2020Genres: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, interviews, and book reviewsIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, Arc Poetry MagazinePublished in: Ontario (Ottawa)Founded: 1978Genres: Poetry, reviews, essaysIssues per Year: 3National Magazine Awards: 6 (most recently: Cassandra Rachel Myers, Gold Medal, Poetry, 2021)NMA Nominations: 30Submission Guidelines, Archetype: A Literary JournalPublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 2022Genres: Essays, poetry, fiction, interviews, reviews, photography, artIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, Artery, ThePublished in: Ontario (Lakehead University)Founded: 2008Genres: Plays, short stories, haikus, jokes, letters, essays, limericksIssues per Year: 1-2Submission Guidelines, Augur MagazinePublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 2016Genres: Fiction, poetryIssues per Year: 2Submissions Guidelines, Blank SpacesPublished in: Ontario (West Grey)Founded: 2016Genres: Fiction, non-fiction, art, photo essaysIssues per Year: 4Submissions Guidelines, Brick, A Literary JournalPublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 1977Genres: Essays, reviews, interviews, belle lettres, memoir, translationsIssues per Year: 2National Magazine Awards: 6 NMA Nominations: 21Submission Guidelines, Broken PencilPublished in: OntarioFounded: 1995Genres: Zines, small press books, comics, interviews, original fiction, commentary on indie artsIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Award Nominations: 2Submission GuidelinesBywords.caPublished in: Ontario (Ottawa)Founded: 1990Genres: PoetryIssues per Year: Monthly (online)Submissions Guidelines, Canadian LiteraturePublished in: British Columbia (Univ. Thank you for your interest. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Rosset challenged United States obscenity law by publishing D. H. Lawrences Lady Chatterleys Lover, Henry MillersTropic of Cancer, and William S. Burroughss Naked Lunch. Ace Double: G-Series Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award Publishers realize that the Atlantic Monthly covers a public of critical discernment, and consequently offer their best titles in its pages. August 2023. Since 1993, Grove Press has been both a hardcover and paperback imprint of Grove Atlantic, publishing fiction, drama, poetry, literature in translation, and general nonfiction. We have no set maximum length for submissions. APSA is also pleased to offer recordings from the 2022 Annual Meeting for all APSA members as a benefit to the discipline. Notable titles published under the Grove Press imprint include Sarah M. Brooms, Black Catas well as its distinctive, Roy Kuhlmandesigned logo depicting a cats round facewere retired, but both, were revived in 2004. Attend in-person and virtual professional events during the APSA Annual Meeting, including the workshops and sessions on Tips for the Academic Job Market, Funding Opportunities, Alternative Job Paths and more! )Issues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 44 (most recently: Stephanie Bai, Gold Medal, Best Emerging Writer, 2021 and Emma Gilchrist, Gold Medal, Personal Journalism, 2021)NMA Nominations: 171Submission Guidelines, Malahat Review, ThePublished in: British Columbia (University of Victoria)Founded: 1967Genres: Poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews, interviews, essaysIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 32 (most recently: Erin Soros, Gold, One of a Kind Storytelling, 2021 and Joshua Whitehead, Gold, Personal Journalism, 2021)NMA Nominations: 97Submission Guidelines, Maple Tree Literary SupplementPublished in: Quebec (Montreal)Founded: 2008Genres: Fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, drama, film, visual arts, literary photography, author interviewsIssues Per Year: 3Submission Guidelines, Maynard, The (on hiatus)Published in: British Columbia (Vancouver)Founded: 2008Genres: PoetryIssues per Year: OnlineSubmissions Guidelines, Minola ReviewPublished in: Online-onlyFounded: 2016Genres: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fictionIssues per Year: 4Submissions Guidelines, Montreal Review, ThePublished in: Quebec (Montreal)Founded: 2009Genres: Long-form critical essays, book reviews, commentaries, interviews, photo essays, short stories, poetryIssues per Year: 3Submissions Guidelines, Mystery WeeklyPublished in: Ontario (Ancaster)Founded: 2015Genres: Crime fictionIssues per Year: 12Submission Guidelines, Nashwaak Review, ThePublished in: New Brunswick (St. Thomas University, Fredericton)Founded: 1994Genres: Poetry, short fiction, travel pieces, essays, articles, reviews, photographyIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, New Quarterly, ThePublished in: Ontario (St. Jeromes University, Waterloo)Founded: 1981Genres: Short fiction, poetry, postscripts, non-fictionIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 22 (most recently: Chyana Marie Sage, Silver Medal, Personal Journalism, 2021)NMA Nominations: 70Submission Guidelines, NDPublished In: Alberta (U. of Calgary)Founded: 2014Genres: Poetry, Prose, Visual ArtsIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, NUNUM Published in: Grand Barachois, New BrunswickFounded: 2018Genres: Flash fiction, artIssues per Year: 4+ annual anthologySubmission Guidelines, On SpecPublished in: Alberta (Edmonton)Founded: 1989Genres: Fiction, poetryIssues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, Open Minds QuarterlyPublished in: Ontario (Sudbury)Founded: 1998Genres: Non-fiction, fiction, poetry, art, experimental pieces, letters, opinion pieces, research, etc. Clarke Award Receipt of manuscripts. Last year, a fox broke into a bird enclosure in D.C. and killed 25 flamingos. Almost immediatly it became apparent that the press was to carry on a tradition of high literary quality, as it collected an impressive number of Pulitzer and National Book Awards. September 28, 2020. Author Videos Unsolicited poetry will not be considered, or returned. Submissions to The Atlantic Submit a piece for editorial consideration at The Atlantic Journalists who wish to pitch reported stories or commentaries to The Atlantic's website should reach. Society Tells Me to Celebrate My Disability. The fiction expansion is being led by senior editor Thomas Gebremedhin. There is no minimum length. Bertolt Brecht, Eugne Ionesco, Harold Pinter, and Tom Stoppard. The editors may not respond to all submissions. The Exhibit Hall will open to attendees from Thursday, September 15 through Saturday, September 17. Fiction, manuscript, or six poems at a time. A well-turned curse can remind you of the power of language. The Real Reason Eye Cream Is So Expensive, The Children of the Nazis Genetic Project, Theres Something Odd About the Dogs Living at Chernobyl, The Aftermath of a Mass Slaughter at the Zoo, The Next Big Political Scandal Could Be Faked, Photos of the Week: Lava Field, London Fox, Leatherback Turtle, Jazz Just Lost One of Its All-Time Greats, How to Find Joy in Your Sisyphean Existence, Stories You Couldnt Read Anywhere Else This Year, A Year of Confronting the Gentrification of Self, The Movie That Helped Kazuo Ishiguro Make Sense of the World, Dear Therapist: My Daughters Brother Is Actually Her Father, Dear Therapist: Im Not Sure Why My Sister Stopped Giving Gifts to My Children, and Im Afraid to Ask. Today, Black Cat is the trade paperback original imprint of Grove Atlantic, publishing both fiction and nonfiction. Jack Butler Censored and then forgotten, Anatoly Kuznetsovs Babi Yar, about the Nazi occupation of Kyiv, is again painfully relevant. HWA Reading List Subscribe and get award-winning insight on the important issues that shape your world, plus the best in food, travel, fiction, poetry and the arts. Unlock every edition of these newsletters, including ones just for subscribers, with one month of unlimited access to The Atlantic. This arrangement lasted until 1985 when new ownership established Atlantic Monthly Press as a fully independent publishing house . Submissions to The Atlantic Submit a piece for editorial. ISFDB Top 100 Ace Double: #-Series Banned SF/F Books An Independent Literary Publisher Since 1917. Plus living with disability, a path forward for Republicans, Salman Rushdie, swearing, Gatsby, new fiction, and more. Please do not send more than one piece, or three poems, at one time. For more information, see https://atlantic-books.co.uk/grove-press. Needs: The Atlantic says it is always interested in great nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. This is our US/Canada web site. No queries or manuscripts will be considered, unless they are accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped, envelope. Our constant need for entertainment has blurred the line between fiction and realityon television, in American politics, and in our everyday lives. Country of Publication & Year Established United States Established in 1857 Publication Media & Frequency Fiction Open Audience: Please remember that first-class postage is, fiction, memoir and reportage, with a bias towards the interesting and, publish original material, i.e. WWEnd Top Listed Play the crossword that gets more challenging every weekday. Harper's Magazine will neither consider nor return, unsolicited nonfiction manuscripts that have not been, unsolicited fiction. All prices are in Canadian Dollars (CAD), and includes shipping and taxes. Legend Award Please note that, due to the volume of submissions we receive, a typical reply may take anywhere from six to eight weeks. Emerging Scholars Symposium: Lightning Rounds, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Program Events. A synopsis is a brief overview, which can vary in length depending on the nature of your book, but generally it should not exceed 500 words. In addition to the above list, many of Canadas news, general-interest, lifestyle, and arts magazines publish fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction, including but not limited to Canadian Art, Border Crossings,The Walrus,Toronto Life, Inroads, Ottawa Magazine, Alberta Views. Original fiction will complement the sites Books section, launched in 2018, which publishes reviews, criticism, essays, and author interviews. Joining is quick and easy and FREE! As an imprint of Grove Atlantic, The Mysterious Press published works by Thomas H. Cook, Thomas Perry, Ken Bruen, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Olen Butler, Dashiell Hammett, James Carlos Blake, Michael Kardos, and Charles McCarry, in both hardcover and paperback. Photos of the Week: Lava Field, London Fox, Leatherback Turtle. Should you wish for us to return your manuscript at a later date, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope or sufficient postage (in US stamps). Clubs & Groups Challenges and Opportunities, American Political Science Association (APSA). Simultaneous submissions are also acceptable as, long as we are notified immediately if the manuscript is accepted for, magazine has published. The Last Dance . Stories and conversations that feed your intellectual curiosity. WWEnd Patrons Red Deer Press. Today, Black Cat is the trade paperback original imprint of Grove Atlantic. Access to session recordings on thevirtual meeting platformwill be available to registered attendees soon! Grove soon became the preeminent publisher of twentieth-century drama in America, publishing playwrights including Bertolt Brecht, Eugne Ionesco, Harold Pinter, and Tom Stoppard. Grove also introduced American audiences to some of the most noteworthy international authors of the time, including Nobel Prize winners Samuel Beckett, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, and Kenzaburo Oe. World Horror Convention Grand Master Award Paul Hazel *All prices are in Canadian Dollars, and includes shipping and taxes. In the 1960s, Barney Rosset wanted to help bring classic Grove Press titles to a wider audience. became the preeminent publisher of twentieth-century drama in America, publishing. An Independent Literary Publisher Since 1917. Ace Double: F-Series There is no charge to be added and we include a wide variety of magazines, journals, and publications from across the country in our guide. Be smarter, wiser, brighter. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the press published the works of Raymond Carver, Ron Chernow, J. P. Donleavy, Richard Ford, Francisco Goldman, Jay McInerney, P. J. ORourke, Rian Malan, Jeanette Winterson, and Tobias Wolff. Do not sell or share my personal information. Copyright 2023 2022 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition Powered by Customify. and can speed up the review process. New section debuts with Birdie, a short story by Lauren Groff. Aurealis SF Award eBooks Lori Gottlieb. WWEnd Most Read In 1925, Little, Brown entered into an agreement to publish all Atlantic Monthly books. The nations vehement rejection of identity politics made me recalibrate my own views about woke ideology. For more information, see. Your newsletter subscriptions are subject to The Atlantic's Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions. , publishing both fiction and nonfiction. December 25, 2022. For more information, see https://penzlerpublishers.com. TALES OF NATURAL AND UNNATURAL CATASTROPHES, James Kunstler acknowledged if accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. After merging with Grove Press in 1993 to form Grove Atlantic, Atlantic Monthly Press has continued as an imprint, publishing notable titles that include Sherman Alexies The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, Mark Bowdens Black Hawk Down, Candace Bushnells Sex and the City, George Criles Charlie Wilsons War, Leif Engers Peace Like A River, Aminatta Fornas The Devil That Danced on the Water, Charles Fraziers Cold Mountain, Jim Harrisons The Road Home, Lily Kings Euphoria, the Brunetti series by Donna Leon, and Karl Marlantess Matterhorn. Since 1993, Grove Press has been both a hardcover and paperback imprint of Grove Atlantic, publishing fiction, drama, poetry, literature in translation, and general nonfiction. Hugo Award July 2023. Simply send your manuscript--, typewritten, double-spaced--to the address below. Cordwainer Smith Rediscovery Award, Top Publishers Photographs that capture traces of American industry, class divides, and westward expansion. The following list, compiled by the National Media Awards Foundation, is an A-to-Z guide to Canadian literary periodicals and their submissions guidelines. WWEND RESOURCES Pulphouse Short Stories May I send my, always interested in poetry, fiction, and articles of the highest quality. One of our publishing advisors will be happy to discuss your proposal on the telephone between 08:30 and 17:00 EST. How everything became entertainment, activist short sellers, the French panic over le wokisme, and a nuclear-power reboot. All Authors Matthew Ruff The zoo refused to let him strike again. Dear Therapist: I Am a Single Man. Submit a letter to the Dear Therapist column. Manuscripts must. using New Submission as a subject heading. Congratulations to all 2022 APSA Award recipients! Aurealis Horror Award Websites Now hes under investigation himself. Voted 'most insightful, thought-provoking magazine' by the readers of American Journalism Review, The Atlantic Monthly is a consistent leader in the publication of intelligent ideas. SF: 101 Best 1985-2010 Ace Double: D-Series Bookstores Society of Calgary)Founded: 1990Genres: Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, literary reviews, author interviews, and visual artsIssues per Year: 3Submissions Guidelines, Funicular MagazinePublished in: Edmonton, ABFounded: 2018Genres: Short fiction, poetry, flash fictionIssues Per Year: 3Submission Guidelines, GeezPublished in: Manitoba (Winnipeg)Founded: 2007Genres: Poetry, photography creative non-fiction, reviews, journalismIssues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, GeistPublished in: British Columbia (The Geist Foundation, Vancouver)Founded: 1990Genres: Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, photography, comics, reviewsIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 8NMA Nominations: 24Submission Guidelines, GrainPublished in: Saskatchewan (Sask. Austin Macauley Publishers LLC, 40 Wall Street, 33rd Floor, Suite 3302, New York, NY 10005. Laser Books Hosted by Julia Longoria. Locus Fantasy Award We will try to respond within six months (it may be considerably longer for contest entries). Media Contact / Helen Tobin / The Atlantic / htobin@theatlantic.com. The current list of Exhibitors and Exhibit Hall hours during the 2022 APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition. A deadly train crash in Greece, the northern lights above Stockholm, an uphill race in Austria, fighting and survival in Ukraine, a traditional sled race in Slovakia, and much more. The Atlantic Monthly Press was founded in 1917, by publisher Little, Brown, as an off-shoot of the venerable New England Literary Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly. (on the subject of mental health)Issues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, ParenthesesPublished in: OntarioFounded: 2017Genres: Poetry, fiction, art, photographyIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, PlenitudePublished in: Canada (Online)Founded: 2012Genres: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, book reviews, articles, interviews (by LGBTQ2S+ writers)Issues per Year: Online (year-round) Submissions Guidelines, Polyglot, ThePublished in: Alberta (Edmonton)Founded: 2016Genres: Poetry, artIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, Portal MagazinePublished in: British-Columbia (Vancouver Island University)Founded: 1991Genres: Short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, scripts, interviews, art, photographyIssues per Year: 1Submission Guidelines, Prairie FirePublished in: Manitoba (Winnipeg)Founded: 1978Genres: Fiction, poetry, creative non-fictionIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 18 (most recently: Catherine Hunter, Gold Medal, Fiction, 2020)NMA Nominations: 55Submission Guidelines, Prairie JournalPublished in: Alberta (Calgary)Founded: 1983Genres: Poetry, short fiction, drama, literary criticism, reviews, bibliography, interviews, profiles, artworkIssues per Year: 2National Magazine Award Nominations: 2Submissions Guidelines, PRISM InternationalPublished in: British Columbia (University of British Columbia)Founded: 1959Genres: Fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, drama, translationIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 14 (most recently: Emily Riddle, Silver Medal, Poetry, 2020)NMA Nominations: 33Submission Guidelines, Pulp LiteraturePublished in: British ColumbiaFounded: 2014Genres: Visual art, short stories, novellas, poetry, comics, illustrationsIssues per Year: 4Submissions Guidelines, Puritan, ThePublished in: Ontario (Ottawa)Founded: 2006Genres: Fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, reviewsIssues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, Queens QuarterlyPublished in: Ontario (Queens University, Kingston)Founded: 1893Genres: Articles, essays, short stories, poetryIssues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 11NMA Nominations: 44Submission Guidelines, Quilliad, ThePublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 2013Genres: Poetry, flash fiction, short stories, art, photographyIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, RicepaperPublished in: British Columbia (Vancouver)Founded: 1995Genres: Poetry, fiction, drama, graphic novels, translation,non-fiction, literary creative writing, features, profiles/interviews, reviews, art, photography (by Asian writers)Issues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, Riddle FencePublished in: Newfoundland & LabradorFounded: 2009Genres: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, features, reviews, contemporary artIssues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, RoomPublished in: British Columbia (Vancouver)Founded: 1975Genres: Fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, art, interviews, book reviews(by people of marginalized genders)Issues per Year: 4National Magazine Awards: 1 (Ta Mutonji, Silver Medal, Essays, 2020)NMA Nominations: 8Submission Guidelines, Site Magazine, ThePublished in: Edmonton, AlbertaFounded: 2015Genres: Essays, research, design work, conceptual projects, reportage, photography, architectural drawings, artIssues per Year: 2National Magazine Awards: 3 NMA Nominations: 9Submission Guidelines, Spadina Literary ReviewPublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 2011Genres: Poetry, short fiction, memoir, penses, artIssues per Year: 6Submissions Guidelines, sub-TerrainPublished in: British Columbia (Vancouver)Founded: 1992Genres: Fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, essays, commentary, book reviewsIssues per Year: 3National Magazine Awards: 3 (most recently: Carleigh Baker, Silver Medal, Fiction, 2021)NMA Nominations: 12Submission Guidelines, The Mitre Literary JournalPublished in: Lennoxville, QuebecFounded: 1893Genres: Poetry, fiction, essays, visual artsIssues per Year: 1Submission Guidelines, The Temz ReviewPublished in: Ontario (London)Founded: 2017Genres: Fiction, creative non-fiction, poetryIssues per Year: 4Submission Guidelines, THIS MagazinePublished in: Ontario (Red Maple Foundation, Toronto)Founded: 1966Genres: Features, essays, columns, reported pieces, arts, news piecesIssues per Year: 6National Magazine Awards: 19 NMA Nominations: 93Submission Guidelines, Touch the DonkeyPublished in: OnlineFounded: 2014Genres: Poetry, interviewsIssues per Year: 5Submission Guidelines, Understory MagazinePublished in: Nova Scotia (Halifax & Lunenburg)Founded: 2013Genres: Literary prose, poetry, visual artIssues per Year: 2-3Submission Guidelines, UntetheredPublished in: Ontario (Toronto)Founded: 2014Genres: Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, artIssues per Year: 2Submissions Guidelines, VallumPublished in: Quebec (Montreal)Founded: 2000Genres: Poetry, reviews, essays, interviewsIssues per Year: 2National Magazine Awards: 2 NMA Nominations: 8Submission Guidelines, Windsor Review, ThePublished in: Ontario (University of Windsor)Founded: 1965Genres: Poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, review essaysIssues per Year: 2Submission Guidelines, yolkPublished in: Quebec (Montreal)Founded: 2019Genres: Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, visual artsIssues per Year: 2 print publications, plus new digital content every three weeksSubmission Guidelines.