Issue 13 of The Nottingham Review is now available to read online here!
Featuring original short fiction by Jason Jackson, Chelsea Stickle, Richard Berry, Spencer Litman, Sudha Balagopal, Jim Toal, Gerard McKeown, Emily Zido, Alicia Sometimes and Emma Venables.
Call for submissions
We are also now open for submissions of fiction between 100 and 3000 words (no theme) until the end of June. Submission guidelines can be found here.
The Nottingham Review is now open for submissions for our second print issue (to be published in December). We’re looking for fiction between 100-3000 words. There is no theme. The closing date for this reading period is Wednesday 31st October 2018.
For full submission guidelines please see our website for details. Our first 10 issues are archived on the website and are free to view. You can also purchase a copy of our first print issue from our online store, priced only £3 including free delivery.
Issue 11 of The Nottingham Review now available to order here. This is our first issue in print and is priced only £3 including free UK delivery. (Additional charges for international delivery).
Contributors include: Kathy Chamberlain, Tom Brennan, Anne O’Leary, Jack Somers, Margaret Redmond Whitehead, Jane Roberts, Toby Wallis, Roz DeKett, John Herbert, Cathy Ulrich and Vivienne Burgess.
The Nottingham Review will be soon be going to print!
While there is currently no deadline for submissions, we’re hoping to have the issue ready for publication this April. We’re looking for fiction from 100-3000 words.
For full submission guidelines please see our website for details.
Issue 7 of The Nottingham Review is now available to read online here.
Featuring original short fiction by Chloe Turner, Fiona J. Mackintosh, Anton Rose, Charles Haddox, Shannon McLeod, Rachel Wild, Kimberly Paulk, Jenny Bhatt, Neil Bristow, Mike Fox, Sonia Hope, and Bryn Agnew. Poetry by Adam Tavel, Ariel Clark-Semyck, Matthew Lippman, Sarah Escue, Jacq Greyja, and Benjamin Hertwig.
Call for submissions
We are open for submissions until the end of May. In our first themed issue we are exploring COURAGE. Controlling fear in dangerous or difficult situations. Having the confidence to be yourself. Doing or saying what you think is right despite opposition. Facing suffering with dignity or faith. Courage can be physical or moral, and come in many sizes and shapes. Fiction between 100-3000 words and poetry.
Submission guidelines can be found here.
The Nottingham Review is proud to present our first print publication! This debut collection of delicate, precise flash fictions examines a diverse range of characters whose perceptions of everyday life are challenged by their interactions with those around them. Dots explores how our views of the world may not always connect to reality.
“Santino Prinzi’s engaging, well-paced stories combine the contemporary moment of Netflix and Facebook with the timeless struggles in human relationships. Sometimes poignant, sometimes humorous, always insightful, Dots shows Prinzi’s promise as a great storyteller.” – Carrie Etter
“Reading one of Santino Prinzi’s stories is like watching a master stonemason at work. He carves his stories, with fine strokes of a chisel composed of words. At the end he leaves a breathless sculpture, standing solid and immovable in the mind.” – Calum Kerr
Only £5 (plus P&P), 75pp
Dots can be ordered in print from our shop or as an ebook on Amazon. Orders will be sent out before the end of September.
Issue 3 of The Nottingham Review is now available! Featuring original short fiction by Carrie Etter, Lauren Schmidt, Mark Maynard, Annie Prossnitz, James Wall, Eric Shattuck, Julie McArthur, Diana Reed, Anne Lawrence Bradshaw, Noor ul Huda Niazi, Jay Merill and Shebana Coelho. Cover photograph by William Gedney. You can read it in various formats here.
From Issue 4 we will be publishing poetry alongside short fiction. If you want to submit either, please see the guidelines here.