Claremont Review, The
Categories: Undergraduates/Young Authors,
Genres Accepted: fiction,poetry,drama
The international magazine of young authors
The Claremont Review publishes each spring and fall. Most work published by The Claremont Review is by Canadians, but they welcome submissions from anywhere in the English-speaking world. All submissions accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope receive a written comment on their work.
The Claremont Review also holds an annual writing contest (also for ages 13-19).
Sample passages are available online: http://www.theclaremontreview.ca/passages.htm.
The Claremont Review publishes a high caliber of young adult work. The sample pieces come from a smattering of issues, from #1-#34 (they’ve published 35 issues), and showcase very short, lyric prose pieces, and accessible free verse poems.
Hekman Availability: Not available
Contributors are 13-19 years of age.
Submissions should be neatly typed, with the author’s name at the top of each page.
Fiction should be double-spaced, and poems should be on separate pages.
Include a cover page with your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, and a brief bio.
Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope—Canadian postage or International Reply Coupons.
Allow 4-8 weeks response time, excluding months of July and August.
Send submissions to:
The Claremont Review
4980 Wesley Road
Victoria, BC V8Y 1Y9