***Calling for Submissions***¬ Closed for the moment.

The Luxembourg Review are now accepting submissions for both our online magazine and our inaugural print issue which we seek to launch later in 2016.

This magazine has had an exciting beginning, with interviews from prestigious poets such as Sudeep Sen, an award winning Indian poet and editor, whose publications include Postcards from Bangladesh, Fractals and Prayer Flag and Gillian Clarke, the Third National Poet of Wales, whose work is included in the GSCE syllabus and whose publications include Ice and Five Fields.

We have poetry collection reviews and essays from writers around the world, including countries from Africa, Europe, Asia, and North America. The eclectic melting pot of influences is a proud, early tradition of The Luxembourg Review.

We are looking for high quality essays, memoirs and pieces of creative nonfiction for publication on our website, with the potential of publication in our first ever print issue.

Our primary aim is to publish excellent poetry and fiction. We want adventurous, unique, impassioned and creative work. Therefore, originality, command of Poetic Voice and authenticity are all factors in our criteria for acceptance.

We are also accepting chapbooks and poetry books for review.

Our submissions close on 31st MAY

Guidelines are as follows:

– Poems must not exceed 30 lines
– Memoir, short stories and nonfiction must not exceed 3,000 words
– A maximum of one piece per email, except for poetry submissions, which are capped at three
– All work must be in English
– All work must be in size 12 Times New Roman and double spaced [unless size / style of font are integral to the work submitted]
– All work must be accompanied by a name, telephone number and email address, a 50-word bio, a covering letter and a declaration that the work has not been published before
– Everything must be sent via Word Document or PDF

Make sure you are sending work that has been sufficiently edited and proof-read beforehand.

Send work to and in the subject line write the topic of which you are submitting (for example, “POETRY” or “CHAPBOOK FOR REVIEW”). You may submit to multiple categories in separate emails but a maximum of 3 submissions altogether.

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