The Claremont Review

Genres Accepted: fiction, poetry, drama

Categories: Undergraduates/Young Authors,

Medium: Print (2/year)

Established: 1991

Circulation:

Tagline: The international magazine of young authors

Payment: $10/page

About: The Claremont Review publishes each spring and fall. Most work published by The Claremont Review is by Canadians, but they welcome submissions from anywhere in the English-speaking world. All submissions accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope receive a written comment on their work.

The Claremont Review also holds an annual writing contest (also for ages 13-19).

Sample passages are available online: http://www.theclaremontreview.ca/passages.htm.

Analysis: The Claremont Review publishes a high caliber of young adult work. The sample pieces come from a smattering of issues, from #1-#34 (they’ve published 35 issues), and showcase very short, lyric prose pieces, and accessible free verse poems.

Calvin Connection:

Hekman Availability: Not available

Submission Instructions

Contributors are 13-19 years of age.