Reading Period: The Sucarnochee Review will be reviewing submissions year-round.
Response Time: We strive for six months, but responses may be expected sooner depending on submission volume. Postal mail submitters please allow an additional two weeks in response time.
Simultaneous Submissions: Yes. However, please tell us immediately if it is accepted elsewhere.
Previously Published Work: The Sucarnochee Review is only interested in new and original pieces. Previously published works will not appear in the upcoming edition.
Back to Back Submissions: As soon as an author is notified of a decision, he or she may submit another piece.
Pay Rate: There is currently no pay rate for general submissions. However, contests will award a monetary prize.
Content and Subject Matter: The Sucarnochee Review accepts stories of all genres. However, please refrain from submissions containing overly explicit content or excessive gore.
How to Submit: While we prefer email submissions, we do currently accept paper submissions as well. All postal submissions should be addressed to:
The Sucarnochee Review
Dr. Boudreau, Faculty Advisor
UWA Station 22
Livingston, Alabama 35470
Online Submissions should be emailed to: email@example.com.
All postal submissions please include a SASE for responses. All email submissions will be notified via email.
what we accept
Poetry: Submit no more than 5 poems as a single document. There should be a page break between each poem and the poet's name and contact information should appear at the top of every page. For postal mail submissions, please include a cover letter that includes a brief bio.
Fiction: Fiction work should be no longer than 25 double-spaced pages. The author's name and contact information should appear at the top of each page. For postal submissions, please include a cover letter that includes a brief bio. One short story per author will be published.
Creative Nonfiction: Same guidelines apply as fiction. One work per author will be published.
No extensive editing will be done. Minor editing, with the author's approval, may be expected, but we strive to keep our submissions in their original state.