About Raleigh Review
Raleigh Review is a nonprofit magazine of poetry, short fiction, and art, offering accessible works of experience that are emotionally and intellectually complex. At Raleigh Review we believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see the world through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. Our mission is to foster the creation and availability of accessible yet provocative contemporary literature through our biannual magazine as well as through workshops, readings, and other community events. We've published poetry by Dorianne Laux, Joseph Millar, Ellen Bass, Kwame Dawes, Wayne Miller, Geffrey Davis, Melissa Kwasny, Matthew Olzmann, Vievee Francis, Kaveh Akbar, Traci Brimhall, Meg Day, Diannely Antigua, Zeina Hashem Beck, Peter Everwine, Threa Almontaser, and many others.
Further Guidance on Submissions:
Please note, we do not accept submissions to Raleigh Review via email or US postal service in most cases. They must go through Submittable. See Submission Guidelines for details. The only exception to the submissions via Submittable only rule is inmates in correctional institutions may use the mailing address below to send us one submission per reading period via regular Post.
We welcome your submissions to Raleigh Review though we ask that you adhere to our submission guidelines as well as to the policy in the above paragraphs.
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