Tuesday, 3 February 2015

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Submit to Ninth Letter

Submission Guidelines (Print Edition)

Please read our guidelines carefully before submitting.

General submissions for our print edition can be made via our online submissions manager.
To submit to our special student feature, visit ninthletteronline.submittable.com.

Ninth Letter is accepting submissions of fiction, poetry, and essays from September 1 to February 28 (postmark dates). Ninth Letter is a published semi-annually at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. We are interested in prose and poetry that experiment with form, narrative, and nontraditional subject matter, as well as more traditional literary work. To make life easier for everyone, including yourself, please adhere to the following guidelines when submitting your work to Ninth Letter:

For poetry, submit 3-6 poems (max. 10 pages) at a time. For fiction and nonfiction, please send only one story or one essay at a time, up to 8,000 words.

Single- or double-sided copies are okay. Do not send a second submission until you have received a response to the first. We do not accept previously published work. Simultaneous submissions are okay as long as they are identified as such in a cover letter. Please withdraw your submission immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.

To submit electronically, visit our online submissions manager, and carefully read the instructions there prior to submitting

We do not accept submissions by email attachment--email submissions will not be read.

Submissions via USPS should be addressed to Fiction Editor, Poetry Editor, or Nonfiction Editor:
NINTH LETTER
University of Illinois
Department of English
608 South Wright St.
Urbana, IL 61801

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