Humber Literary Review: Deadline for Submissions
October 15, 11:59 PM EDT$4
The Humber Literary Review, a literary and arts magazine, is currently seeking submissions of original, unpublished writing: please send us your best fiction, creative nonfiction, comics and poetry for our upcoming spring/summer print issue, scheduled for release in December 2023.
If your work contains sensitive content, please be sure to include a content warning at the top of the submission
We pay $100 each for each publication. Contributors will receive a copy of the issue in which their work appears plus a one-year subscription to the HLR.
The deadline for submissions is October 15, 2023.
Previous issues of the HLR have included original work from Cherie Dimaline, Anakana Schofield, Billy-Ray Belcourt, Jen Sookfong Lee, Kate Beaton, Douglas Coupland, Dani Couture, Liz Howard, Pheobe Wang, Amber McMillan, Krista Foss, Mariko Tamaki, Emily Schultz, Leesa Dean, GG, Naben Ruthnum, Teva Harrison, Travis Shilling, Steve Howell, Priscila Uppal, Russell Smith, Michael Fraser, Souvankham Thammavongsa, Fiona Smyth, Rosena Fung, Matt Cahill, Elana Wolff, Jennifer Lovegrove, Karen Solie, Kim Dorland, Eva H.D., George Elliott Clarke, Padloo Samayualie, Alberto Manguel, Cassidy McFadzean, Lisa Walter, Sarah Nind, Moez Surani, Mark Sampson, Jacob Scheier, Corinna Chong, Jessica Westhead and others.
The magazine has also featured interviews with Daniel Scott Tysdal, Casey Plett, Waubgeshig Rice, Eden Robinson, Miriam Toews, Emma Donoghue, Wab Kinew, David Chariandy, Helen Humphreys, Ayelet Tsabari, Claudia Dey, Patrick DeWitt, Sean Michaels, Sheila Heti, Ann-Marie MacDonald, and more.
We are always looking to publish and promote emerging artists.
Work from the HLR has been featured in Best Canadian Poetry, Best Canadian Essays, and has been nominated for National Magazine Awards.
For submission details, please visit humberliteraryreview.com/submissions