The Cardiff Review is a digital and print literary magazine that publishes contemporary graduate writing. The magazine was launched to give talented students a platform to showcase their work. While we do accept and encourage submissions from all writers, we give precedence to those currently studying a related course at a postgraduate level.
Monthly, we publish one new piece of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Biannually, we publish an anthology of new work. To learn how to submit your work for online or print, visit our submission guidelines.
As a magazine primarily concerned with student writing and the creative process, the way in which we learn to write is important to us. Behind The Desk is an interview series in which we speak to writers about their space, their process and their work. We want to know how writers learn their craft and how they foster it. The Cardiff Review is as much a publishing platform as it is a place where young writers can learn from those with experience in the industry.
The visual art that accompanies each piece of writing in the magazine is produced by art students who are currently completing their degree or have recently graduated. If you are a visual artist who would like to receive call outs from The Cardiff Review please visit our submissions page.
The Cardiff Review is supported by the School of English, Communication and Philosophy at Cardiff University.
We accept fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Contributors are paid for their work.