NASHVILLE REVIEW


Finally let your writings find a home and get paid for writing.

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Nashville Review seeks to publish the best work we can get our hands on, period. From expansive to minimalist, narrative to lyric, epiphanic to subtle—if it’s a moving work of art, we want it. We hope to provide a venue for both distinguished and emerging artists. Most importantly, thank you for giving us a chance to read your work. We appreciate it.
READING PERIODS
You may submit fiction, poetry, and nonfiction three times a year: January, May and September . We opt for shorter, more frequent reading periods so that we can provide quicker responses to our submitters. We typically respond to submissions within 4-5 months. Please do not inquiry about the status of your submission until after our response time has lapsed. Submissions in all other genres are open year-round.
GENERAL GUIDELINES
All submissions may be made through our online submissions manager . Please do not email your submission, as it will not be read. We encourage simultaneous submissions: if your work is accepted elsewhere, wonderful! Just leave a note via Submittable, so we know the piece has been taken elsewhere. If you wish to withdraw and revise your piece, please wait to resubmit until the next reading period opens.
All submissions must be previously unpublished (in either print or electronic form).
We are proud to pay our contributors. We pay $25 per poem & song selection; $100 per selection for all other categories, including featured artwork.
The best way to get an idea of what work we look for is to browse through some back issues. Since our staff changes yearly, NR’s tastes are always shifting and evolving. Our entire back catalog is available free in the ‘Archives’ section.
FICTION GUIDELINES
We welcome flash fiction, short stories, and novel excerpts of up to 8,000 words. Please submit only once per reading period.
POETRY GUIDELINES
We’re excited to read all types of poetry. We’re entirely open to publishing tight formalism alongside sprawling, experimental work.
NONFICTION GUIDELINES
We welcome creative nonfiction across the spectrum. We’re open to anything: memoir excerpts, essays, imaginative meditations. Send us up to 8,000 words.
COMICS GUIDELINES
We’re seeking literary comics. We’d love to see anything from one-page comics to excerpts from graphic novels.
JUKEBOX GUIDELINES
We prefer exclusive tracks: live recordings, studio versions, B-sides, unreleased songs, remixes, and so on—songs that aren’t easily found via traditional means. But we’re happy to consider anything.
PERFORMANCE GUIDELINES
We’re looking for film, dance, plays and performance art of all kinds. Either attach a file of the work itself to your submittable entry, or direct us to your website where we can find it. Please provide a short statement about the piece you are submitting in your cover letter.
FEATURED ARTIST GUIDELINES
Following our website redesign, we’re placing a much greater emphasis on visual art. Beginning with Spring 2015, each subsequent issue will have a featured artist. This allows for up to thirteen pieces of your art to be showcased, and to be paid $100 for doing so. Submissions must be in a landscape/horizontal orientation. Ideal dimensions are 1492×682. Other sizes will end up being slightly cropped. Work—paintings, drawings, photography—may be submitted as attachments to the Editor at thenashvillereview@gmail.com , or simply direct us to your website if it showcases available work.

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