Poetry: Aimee Nezhukumatathil
Aimee Nezhukumatathil is the author of four books of poetry, most recently Oceanic (Copper Canyon). Honors include a Pushcart Prize and a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. A collection of her nature essays is forthcoming from Milkweed. She is poetry editor of Orion magazine and professor of English in The University of Mississippi’s MFA program.
Prose: Dustin Parsons
Dustin Parsons is the author of Exploded View: Essays on Fatherhood, with Diagrams from University of Georgia Press. He is the winner of the Laurel Review Fiction Prize and the American Literary Review Fiction Prize as well as a New York Fine Arts and Ohio Arts Grant in nonfiction. He teaches at the University of Mississippi.
Dear Readers and Writers,
We are thrilled to inform you that the prizewinners of this year’s publication of The Allegheny Review are:
“For You, If You Would Take Our Bodies”
Judged by Natalie Scenters-Zapico
Honorable Mentions are extended to: “Mosaic of a Body Swimming or Drowning” AND “The Woman Behind the Piano in the Rock Cathedral.”
Judged by BJ Hollars
An Honorable Mention is extended to “Surviving Ana.”
Thank you to all who submitted; read the winners and more in our upcoming edition!
The AR Staff
Writers and readers,
The Allegheny Review is currently in the process of producing our latest edition of thought provoking, undergraduate literature. Thank you to all who submitted, and congratulations to those whose work was accepted.
Prize Winners coming soon!!
The AR Staff
Dear and diligent writers,
Our submission deadline for the 2018-2019 Edition has moved up! It is now OCTOBER 1st, 2017.
Please send your work in PDF format through the link located in our Submissions section in order to be considered for publication in our undergraduate literary magazine.
We look forward to reading your work,
The AR staff
We are ecstatic about presenting you with our judges for our upcoming issue!
B.J. Hollars is the author of several books, most recently Flock Together: A Love Affair With Extinct Birds, From the Mouths of Dogs: What Our Pets Teach Us About Life, Death, and Being Human, as well as a collection of essays, This Is Only A Test. In April, The Road South: Personal Stories of the Freedom Riders will be published by the University of Alabama Press. He is an associate professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Natalie Scenters-Zapico is the author of The Verging Cities (Center for Literary Publishing), which won the PEN American/Joyce Osterweil Award and the GLCA New Writers Award in Poetry, as well as the forthcoming Lima :: Limón (Copper Canyon Press). Her most recent poems are forthcoming or can be found in Poetry, Boston Review, and Tin House. Starting in Fall 2017, she will be teaching at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
We look forward to seeing your work,
The AR staff
Hello Undergraduate Writers,
It’s been a while so there’s a lot to get to.
First, there was a delay in the publication process for last year’s issue, so we have decided to release a special double issue of The Allgheny Review this academic year that will include everything accepted from last year’s submissions, as well as some additional writing and interviews with writers Jim May and Angela Palm.
Second, we’d like to announce last year’s prizewinners.
Poetry: Anna Goodsen, “Anacuisis”
Prose: Rachel Krumenacker, “The High Place Phenomenon”
The judges were Nikole Brown and Jessica Jacobs in poetry and Catherine Chung for prose. Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to everyone who submitted.
Finally, submissions for next year’s volume ARE NOW OPEN. Please click on the Submissions tab above.
Thanks for writing,
The Allegheny Review is pleased to announce the judges for this year’s issue!
In poetry, Nickole Brown and Jessica Jacobs will be co-judging. Nickole Brown is the author of Fanny Says and a novel-in-poems, Sister. Jessica Jacobs is the author of Pelvis with Distance, a biography-in-poems of the artist Georgia O’Keeffe.
In prose, Catherine Chung will be judging. Catherine Chung is the author of the novel Forgotten Country, and the recipient of a 2014 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship as well as an Honorable Mention for the 2013 PEN/Hemingway Award.
We would like to thank our judges, and we wish our contributors the best of luck.
Full bios for this year’s judges and information regarding award submissions can be found on our submissions page.
Greetings, undergraduate writers. You may now submit your poetry, fiction, and non-fiction for the 2016 edition of The Allegheny Review. Send your work in PDF format through the link in our Submissions section to be considered for publication in our undergraduate literary magazine.
Best of luck, writers.
The Allegheny Review staff
Undergraduate writers, we will continue to accept submissions until February 28th for this year’s issue of The Allegheny Review. Send us your best poetry, fiction, and non-fiction in a PDF through the link available in our Submissions section and be considered for publication in our quality undergraduate magazine. Updates to follow regarding submission guidelines for cover art.
Best of luck! The Allegheny Review Staff
We are now accepting submissions for our 2o15 edition. Feel free to submit any nonfiction, fiction, or poetry for consideration (preferably in a Word document for formatting purposes). Refer to the submissions area of our website for information regarding criteria for award and regular submissions
For this most recent edition of the Allegheny Review, award submissions will be reviewed by Eduardo C. Corral (poetry) and Harrison Candelaria Fletcher (prose).
Poetry: Eduardo C. Corral
Eduardo C. Corral is the author of Slow Lightning, which was selected by Carl Phillips as the 2011 winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets competition. He has been the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award and a National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship, and his work has been honored with a “Discover” The Nation Award and residencies at Yaddo and the MacDowell Colony. He holds degrees from Arizona State University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Prose: Harrison Candelaria Fletcher
Harrison Candelaria Fletcher is the author of Decanso for My Father: Fragments of a Life, winner of a Colorado Book Award, Independent Book Publisher Award Bronze Medal and International Book Award for Best New Nonfiction. He teaches in the Virginia Commonwealth University M.F.A. Program.
Enter your submission for the awards here.