Lily Poetry Review is a print journal set to publish in the winter and summer of each year.

DO NOT USE ARIAL FONT. 

Our porch light is always on.

The Lily Poetry Review is interested in promoting contemporary poets, poetry, flash fiction and literary citizenship.

We promise that each writer will be proud of all of the work published here.

Please don’t send previously published material.

Send no more than five poems per submission. All must be contained in one document.

Send no more than three flash pieces per submission. All must be contained in one document.

Authors are free to  send simultaneous submissions as long as they withdraw work here once it is accepted elsewhere.


This is NOT a contest. Please submit a full-length manuscript for consideration to be published through Lily Poetry Review Books.

All submissions must go through  Submittable.

Manuscript length recommendation:  40-60 poems.

Include Table of Contents. At the beginning of your manuscript, please include a list of poems that appear elsewhere (in journals, magazines, chapbooks, or anthologies).

We recommend that 25-50% of the poems have been previously published.

Simultaneous submission is acceptable but please immediately withdraw your manuscript if it's accepted elsewhere. 

Each manuscript must be submitted separately. We accept book-length poetry manuscripts only.

Please include a one-paragraph biographical note and contact information in your cover letter.
 

Corrections and new versions will not be accepted.

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A $20 processing/reading fee will be charged for each submission.



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This is NOT a contest. Please submit a chapbook-length manuscript for consideration to be published through Lily Poetry Review Books.

All submissions must go through  Submittable.

Manuscript length recommendation:  14-18 poems.

Include Table of Contents. (without leader dots or page numbers on the TOC) At the beginning of your manuscript, please include a list of poems that appear elsewhere (in journals, magazines, chapbooks, or anthologies).

We recommend that 25-50% of the poems have been previously published.
Simultaneous submission is acceptable but please immediately withdraw your manuscript if it's accepted elsewhere.
Each manuscript must be submitted separately.

Please include a one-paragraph biographical note and contact information in your cover letter.

Corrections and new versions will not be accepted.
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 An $8 processing/reading fee will be charged for each submission.



 

Please submit flash fiction less than 1000 words, the shorter the better.

We are looking for flash fiction with great imagery and authenticity, well structured and varied sentences and syntax. Let your fiction surprise the writer a little bit. Let the story lift off the page and follow the reader home.

Submit up to three pieces, all in one document. 

Each piece should start on a new page.

Please wait until we have responded to your submission before sending another. One submission at a time, please.

DO NOT USE ARIAL FONT. When in doubt, use Times New Roman.

Lily Poetry Review seeks cover art and other visual art to be published within the pages of the magazine. 

LPR pays $ 50 for cover art, and contributor copies for pieces within the magazine.

Submit no more than 3 pieces per submission in one attachment.

Please wait until we have responded to your submission before sending another.

Thank you for your interest in Lily Poetry Review!


PLEASE: SEND ONLY ONE SUBMISSION AT A TIME (PER GENRE.) 

PLEASE WAIT THREE MONTHS BEYTWEEN SUBMISSIONS.

 Lily Poetry Review is a print journal set to publish in the winter and summer of each year.
Our porch light is always on.
The Lily Poetry Review is interested in promoting contemporary poets, poetry, flash fiction and literary citizenship.
We promise that each writer will be proud of all of the work published here.
Please don’t send previously published material.
Send no more than five pieces per submission. All must be contained in one document.
Each new poem should start on a new page.
DO NOT USE ARIAL FONT. When in doubt, use Times New Roman.
Authors are free to  send simultaneous submissions as long as they withdraw work here once it is accepted elsewhere.

Lily Poetry Review