The Chicago Review has a distinguished yet contemporary air, down to the expressive nonfigurative artwork of its covers. The University of Chicago triannual, which recently released its 50th anniversary issue, publishes modern poetry, fiction, and a wide range of literary nonfiction.
At least three pages of poetry; translations welcome. Editors are "typically less interested in traditional narrative approaches".
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Chicago Review recommends that authors read the publication before submitting. Stylistically relevant submissions "tend to receive more attention than those that appear to be part of a carpet-bombing campaign." Must clearly identify simultaneous submissions in cover letters. Contributors receive a one-year subscription.Established 1946.