About

According to Polish poet Adam Zagajewski, The Threepenny Review is "one of the most original literary magazines not only in the U.S. but also on the entire planet", showcasing top-notch fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction alongside its trademark black and white photographs. The roster of writers for the Berkeley-based quarterly includes six Nobel Prizewinners and four U.S. Poet Laureates.

Poetry Sought

Up to five poems of no more than 100 lines.

Quick Facts

  • Pays cash
  • Highly competitive market
  • No simultaneous submissions

How to submit to The Threepenny Review

To get published in The Threepenny Review:

Send your Submission

The Threepenny Review accepts submissions through:

  • Postal mail

More About The Threepenny Review

Pays $200 per poem. Buys first serial rights; rights revert to author upon publication. "We emphatically do not consider simultaneous submissions. We do our best to offer a quick turnaround time, so please allow us the privilege of sole consideration during that relatively brief period."

Established 1980.

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