North Carolina Literary Review submission guidelines and market information

North Carolina Literary Review


North Carolina Literary Review Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

A Magazine of North Carolina Literature, Culture, and History
English Dept.
East Carolina University
Greenville NC 27858-4353

Phone: (252)328-1537

Fax: (252)328-4889

Editor: Margaret Bauer, editor

Submitting Your Work to North Carolina Literary Review

Before submitting to North Carolina Literary Review

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To be sure your submission is appropriate for this market, we recommend you familiarize yourself with North Carolina Literary Review by reading a sample issue before submitting.

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From the North Carolina Literary Review guidelines:


Submission Guidelines Details for North Carolina Literary Review

Market Type: Magazine

Contact: Margaret Bauer, editor

Accepts: Book Excerpts, Essays, General , Historical, Humor, Interviews, Opinion, Personal Experience, Photo Features, Profiles, Reviews, Travel

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