Raleigh Review is a nonprofit magazine of poetry, short fiction, and art that offers accessible works of experience that are both emotionally and intellectually complex. At Raleigh Review we believe that great literature inspires empathy by allowing us to see the world through the eyes of our neighbors, whether across the street or across the globe. Our mission is to foster the creation and availability of accessible yet provocative contemporary literature through our biannual magazine as well as through workshops, readings, and other community events.
Submissions are open January-March for the Fall issue (closed April-May-June)
and July-October for the Spring issue (closed November-December).
- January - March we are open to Short Fiction, Flash Fiction & Poetry
- July - October we are open to Poetry
- October 1 - October 31 we are open to Short Fiction
- December 10 - 25 (or until we reach 100 holiday poetry submissions). Poetry only. This project is for a fee free waiver based on financial hardship. Limited to up to 3 poems. While this category is open to all who cannot swing the small fee, this project is designed to serve those who are based in cash-only international communities in the developing world. We reserve the right to close this project at anytime.
Submissions for our Laux/Millar RR Poetry Prize will be open January 1 - June 1.
Submissions for our Flash Fiction Prize will be open July 1 - October 31.
Submissions for our Multi-Genre Geri Digiorno Prize will be open July 1 - October 31.
Thanks for your interest in Raleigh Review. We look forward to reading your work.
TYREE DAYE WORKSHOP DETAILS
Dates: Saturday the 12th of February, 2022
Times: 11 AM - 4 PM (Eastern Time, Both Saturday & Sunday)
Place: via Zoom
Cost: $200/seat for the workshop with Tyree Daye
Seat Max: 12
Tyree Daye is a poet from Youngsville, North Carolina, and a Teaching Assistant Professor at UNC-Chapel Hill.. He is an Assistant Poetry Editor & Board Member at Raleigh Review Literary & Arts Magazine. He is the author of two poetry collections River Hymns 2017 APR/Honickman First Book Prize winner and Cardinal from Copper Canyon Press 2020.