Rappahannock Review is looking for original, well written fiction. Submissions may contain one piece up to 8,000 words or three pieces of flash, each containing 1,000 words or fewer. Pieces experimenting with form are encouraged. Although we are interested in a wide range of fiction, we will consider short, self-contained genre fiction (that is, no novel excerpts) that avoids cliché and experiments with the flexibility of its genre.
During an open reading period, submit fiction pieces here.
Authors of creative nonfiction may submit a single essay with a maximum length of 8,000 words or three shorter pieces each containing no more than 1,000 words. Submissions can range from flash nonfiction to extended memoir. Experimental form is encouraged. We would like to see essays with insightful perspective and attention to craft.
During an open reading period, submit nonfiction pieces here.
We accept poems ranging in any length and employing any aesthetic, including free verse, prose poems, and formal poetry. Authors may send up to five poems per submission. Poems may be part of a series.
During an open reading period, submit poetry pieces here.
The Rappahannock Review is proud to feature a variety of artists. Our site showcases original work on a rotating basis and all artists are archived under our art page vaults. If you are interested in submitting work for consideration please see the guidelines here.