Submissions to our winter issue are open! You can find guidelines here.
The annual flash fiction contest is underway! With a week left to enter, we have sixteen entries so far!
Our newest issue is available here!
Starting with this summer’s issue, we’re creating a new feature at The Gateway Review: each issue will include an online featured story, which will also appear in the print edition!
Our first such story is Vincent Corsaro’s “The Thing That Kept On Growing.” Check it out!
Our newest issue is available for purchase! Volume 5, Issue 1 is LGBT-themed and features the winners of our 2018 flash fiction contest! Get your copy here.
Contributors in this issue include:
With cover art by John Chavers
We’re now open for submissions for volume 5, issue 2, our spring/summer edition of The Gateway Review–send us your magic realist fiction and poetry and essays about magic realism!
We’re also putting the final touches on the winter issue, which should be available for purchase in the next few days!
Thanks to everyone who has submitted for the Fall/Winter LGBT issue of The Gateway Review! We’ll be reading through all the great work we’ve received over the next few weeks and will be sending out responses in waves as we get to it all!
Submitted to the flash fiction contest? We hope to have semifinalists announced by December 1st and winners by the 15th!
The fall reading period for The Gateway Review is now open! Through November 15, we will be accepting submissions of up to 4,000 words in fiction and 40 lines in poetry; all work needs to be in the magic realist vein, and for this particular issue, we’re looking for work featuring LGBT characters. Check out our submission guidelines for more information!
And don’t forget! If you’ve got flash fiction, we’d love to see you submit to our flash fiction contest!
This fall, The Gateway Review will be acquiring submissions for its first-ever themed issue: the LGBT issue. Though writers do not need to identify as LGBT to submit, all submissions (except those entered in our flash fiction contest, which remains unthemed) must have an LGBT protagonist.
See our submissions page for more details!