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Gallatin Review

The Gallatin Review, an annual journal of student poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art, is edited by students under faculty supervision. Each year, awards are given to outstanding published works. The book is published during the spring semester, with a reading by writers and an exhibit of the art published in the new volume. 

Recent volumes of the Gallatin Review

Covers of recent issues of the Gallatin Review, from left, Volume 27 (2012), Volume 28 (2013), and Volume 29 (2014).

 

Download Recent Volumes

Gallatin Review, Volume 29 (Spring 2014)
Gallatin Review, Volume 28 (Spring 2013)

Gallatin Review, Volume 27 (Spring 2012)

The faculty advisor for the Gallatin Review is Professor Sara Murphy.

 

SUBMISSIONS

**Gallatin Review is now accepting submissions for Volume 30**

DEADLINE
Friday, November 21, 2014

ABOUT
The Gallatin Review, an annual journal of student poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art, is edited by students under faculty supervision. Each year, awards are given to outstanding published works. The book is published during the spring semester, with a reading by writers and an exhibit of the art published in the new volume. All submissions are reviewed anonymously by the Gallatin Review student editorial boards.

GUIDELINES
- Fiction and non-fiction prose (maximum 2 submissions per author, in .doc format)
- Poetry (maximum 4 poems per author, in .doc format)
- Visual Art (maximum 6 images; 300 dpi or higher)
- Each submission must be sent as a separate file
- All files should be labeled as follows: firstname_lastname_numberofsubmission.filetype
- Send to gallatin [dot] writing [at] gmail [dot] com with the subject line "GR30 Submission in [GENRE]"
- One student may submit in more than one genre, however simultaneous submissions (i.e. when an author submits the same piece to more than one journal for consideration) is strongly discouraged

QUESTIONS?
Contact Syma Mohammed at syma [dot] mohammed [at] nyu [dot] edu.

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