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Guidelines

Wind River Books


Wind River Press publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, anthologies and collections of special interest to literary-minded readers. Wind River Books are published in electronic and paperback formats. Reprints, translations, and simultaneous submissions are considered. Terms: 15% print, 50% electronic; Two year contract, negotiable.

Chapbooks under forty pages are considered for Wind River Press's chapbook series. The work must be original and unpublished in any form. Terms: Twenty copies, 50%.

Please query before sending your manuscript. Responds in one month.



The Paumanok Review


The Paumanok Review is a quarterly Internet literary magazine dedicated to promoting and publishing the best in contemporary art, music, and literature. TPR is published exclusively on the web and is available free of charge. Upon publication, rights revert to the individual creator of a work with the exception of an option to publish the work, whole or in part, in a future electronic or print anthology edition of The Paumanok Review. Galleys are offered in HTML or PDF format. Reprint and simultaneous submissions are encouraged. Please notify the magazine immediately if your piece has been accepted by another publication. TPR does not accept multiple submissions. Responds in six weeks. The best statement of TPR's publishing preferences is the magazine itself. Please read at least one issue before submitting.

Complete guidelines: http://www.paumanokreview.com/submissions.html
Website: http://www.paumanokreview.com
Submissions: submissions@paumanokreview.com



Critique Magazine


Thank you for your interest in Critique Magazine. Critique specializes in reviews of new and classic literary titles, and is notable for its innovative, first-run interviews with authors like Sam Pickering and Paul Bowles. Critique's annual "On Writing" issue has drawn submissions of original essays by authors including Nikki Giovanni, Homer Hickam, Clive Barker, and Margaret George.

Though we use a limited number of writers, you are always welcome to submit if you have a fresh perspective, cooperative attitude, and willingness to work with outstanding authors and editors from all over the world.

If you have a book you would like to be considered for review, or if you are a book or magazine publisher interested in having your house's publications considered by Critique, please contact the editor with your sales sheet and an excerpt. Please do not send the entire manuscript unless it is requested. If your selection is chosen for review, you will receive a street address to which to send your publication.

Complete guidelines: http://www.critiquemagazine.com/guidelines.html
Website: http://www.critiquemagazine.com
Submissions: submissions@critiquemagazine.com



Menlo Park


COMING IN 2003
Menlo Park, a new journal that seeks to unite science and the arts, will debut in 2003. Needed are advisors in the physical and biological sciences who hold advanced degrees, are active practitioners in their fields, and who are willing to consider and comment upon amateur and professional manuscripts. Please contact Wind River Press if you are interested in participating in this exciting new project.



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