Bryant Literary Review: Open To Submissions

Written by Emily Harstone | September 26, 2014

The Bryant Literary Review was founded in 2000. It is an annual print journal that publishes poetry and short stories. They are based out of Bryant University and it is staffed by undergraduate students at Bryant University. If your work is accepted you will receive a contributors copy in the mail.

Although Bryant Literary Review is a print journal, they publish selected poems on their website and it is very helpful to read these to get a better idea about what Bryant Literary Review publishes. Although, like most literary journals published by academic institutions, the tone from year to year varies because the staff of students changes regularly. The work they publish does tend to be direct and straightforward.

Bryant Literary Review only accepts submissions through mail. Send up to five poems or one short story, with your name, address, and e-mail on each page. Works of fiction cannot be more than 5,000 words, and submit only one piece of fiction at a time.

Bryant Literary Review also accept submissions of photography and artwork for the cover. You must include a self addressed stamped envelope with your submission. The work you submit must be unpublished.

Bryant Literary Review will be open to submissions through the first of December.

To learn more visit their website here: http://bryantliteraryreview.org/index.php