The Maine Review is published twice a year and features fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by both established and emerging writers. They “look for work that cuts across artificial boundaries, that challenges expectations and demands thoughtful attention,” and “are committed to including work by Maine writers in each issue, alongside great writing from across the country and around the world.”
I wondered how and why this lit mag came to be, so I asked editor Margot Anne Kelley a few questions to find out. See my interview with Kelley and a link to their submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: Tell me a little bit about The Maine Review.
KELLEY: In its current incarnation, THE MAINE REVIEW is a biannual lit mag that runs about 150-180 pages per issue. We publish fiction, literary nonfiction, and poetry. We also feature a portfolio of visual art by a single artist in each issue. To us, what makes THE…
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