Thank you to all the amazing writers who submitted for issue 2.1. If you’ve sent work in but haven’t heard back from us yet, do not fear. Your work will be considered for issue 2.2 which will be released in spring 2018!
WRITERS! Submissions for issue 2.1 end Wednesday Nov. 1, so send, send, send!
Creative Nonfiction Writers! We are still looking for one last fantastic piece for issue 2.1. Please send us your best. Guidelines are listed on the submission page.
Check out poet Jhalisa the Human’s interview on Blue River Review’s Facebook and Twitter pages to keep updated!
Blue River Review is now open for submissions in all categories! Submit and see your best work published alongside other talented writers. Any questions about the process or magazine can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Best of luck to you all!
The last few weeks have been a whirlwind, with many of our staff putting the finishing touches on their theses, preparing for graduation, and –oh yes– publishing our Spring ’17 issue before we turn Blue River over to the next batch of incoming candidates! We are pleased and proud to announce the authors and poets we have selected for our upcoming issue: Continue reading
Meredith Spears, an MFA candidate at Creighton University, was kind enough to take some time to talk to us about writing, the publication process, and her new romantic suspense novel, The Mood for Trouble. Continue reading
Blue River looks for the best writing by students currently enrolled in graduate creative writing programs or within one year of graduation. We will be accepting submission for our 2017 issue from February 1 to April 23.
Submissions are FREE and our categories are fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction. Continue reading
The 2016 Blue River Editors’ prize for fiction went to Casey Whitworth’s story “The Apostate.” Whitworth’s story is solidly-built, rich with imagination and a strong sense of unity. He was kind enough to answer some interview questions for us. Continue reading
- The Space: When you decide to plan a reading series, whether it be for your university or the wider community, your first thought will probably be: I don’t have a venue! Continue reading