The Delmarva Review is encouraging writers to submit their best original short stories, poetry and creative nonfiction for their fifth edition.
The deadline is February 29.
The literary review seeks “compelling and memorable” prose and poetry from all writers, regardless of residence. Submission categories include short fiction, up to 5,000 words, poetry, up to 50 lines each, and creative nonfiction, up to 3,000 words. Writers will be notified by April 2012 if their work has been accepted. Publication will be in October.
Interested writers should follow the submission guidelines on the website.
Over four years, The Delmarva Review has published new prose and poetry from 95 authors. Eighteen poems and stories have been nominated for the prestigious Pushcart Prize.
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