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The Claremont Review Literary Journal

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Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:46 pm
Evi says...

The editors of The Claremont Review are looking to publish first class poetry, short stories and short plays by young adult writers (aged 13-19) anywhere in the English speaking world.

What are we looking for?
We publish anything from traditional to post modern, but with a preference for works that reveal something of the human condition. We strongly urge contributors to read back issues of The Claremont Review.
That is the best way for you to learn what we are looking for.

What we are NOT looking for:
Science Fiction, Fantasy, Romance, most rhyming poetry.
Your first draft of anything.
Previously published work.

The Claremont Review is a literary journal published twice a year and based in Canada, although it accepts poetry and short story submissions from all over the English-speaking world. I've actually subscribed to it and many of the entries are of great quality. More details on their website.
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