Flint Hills Review
Flint Hills Review, an annual publication with a national circulation, is now accepting submissions for its 23rd issue! We publish work with a particular interest in the Midwest region, including its connection to ethnicity, gender, and personal relationships.
We welcome poetry, short fiction, and nonfiction of literary quality, as well as art: full-color cover art, and non-cover art that can be successfully reproduced into black and white. This issue features works by Allison Joseph, Hardy Jones, Tracy Million Simmons, and James Ehlers.
FHR is housed in the ESU Donald Reichardt Center for Publishing and Literary Arts, and receives support from the Creative Writing Program at Emporia State University, located in the rolling green Flint Hills grasslands of Kansas.
FHR seeks to continually discover and redefine regional writing. The staff reads submissions from January to April of each year.