Fourteen Hills will accept submissions from February 15th, 2023 through June 15th 2023 for publication in Fourteen Hills Issue 30, due to be published in Spring 2024.
We accept the following genres for unpublished unsolicited submissions*
- POETRY: Up to 3 poems (maximum 7 pages)
- FICTION: 1 short story or novel excerpt (maximum 20 pages or 6000 words) OR 3 pieces of flash fiction (1000 words per piece)
- CREATIVE NONFICTION: 1 piece of literary creative nonfiction (maximum 20 pages or 6000 words)
- EXPERIMENTAL/HYBRID: Up to 3 pieces (maximum 7 pages)
- VISUAL ART: Up to 10 pieces of visual art
- All written submissions must be in .doc or .docx file format (Microsoft Word or Open Office files)
- Cover letter should include, at minimum, contact information and third-person bio (max 3-5 sentences)
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- Writers and artists may submit only once, in a single genre, per submission period
As we are now an annual journal, please expect a wait time of 4-8 months depending on when you submit, as much of the review occurs during the fall.
If your submission is accepted for publication in the journal, you will receive two free copies of Issue 30.
We are now charging a small service fee ($3) for submissions*. This administrative fee helps fund our online submission system and contributes to a small $20 honorarium for our contributors upon publication.
(*Submission fees are waived for current subscribers to Fourteen Hills. To support us as a subscriber, please visit our Subscriptions page. If this fee poses a financial hardship, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are now accepting submissions for the Stacy Doris Memorial Poetry Award. The winning poet will receive $500 and publication in the Spring 2022 issue of Fourteen Hills. There is no submission fee. Poems not chosen for the award will be considered for publication in Fourteen Hills.
Stacy Doris was a poet, translator, and an Associate Professor in San Francisco State University's Department of Creative Writing, where she taught for ten years. Her poetry is widely recognized; Fledge: A Phenomenology of Spirit, published shortly after her death, is available from Nightboat Books. Poet Maxine Chernoff has referred to it as “a miracle of attentiveness.” She was also highly regarded for her writing in French and her contribution to interactions among contemporary French and American poetry and poets.
Doris created new worlds with her unexpected poetics. Following upon her spirit of creative invention, engaging wit and ingenious playfulness, discovery in construction, and radical appropriations based on classical forms, pastiche, etc., and love, the Stacy Doris Memorial Poetry Award is given to a poet with a truly inventive spirit.
- Submission deadline: January 1, 2022
- Submissions only accepted via Submittable
- Maximum 1 poem per author
- Poem must be a minimum of 3 pages; maximum 10 pages
- Students currently enrolled at San Francisco State University are ineligible
- Work must be previously unpublished
- Poems submitted for the award will also be considered for publication in Fourteen Hills
- Submission file must be in .doc or .docx format (Microsoft Word or Open Office)
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Beginning June 16th, 2021, our subscription fee will be increased to $16. Subscriptions begin with the next published issue and subscription prices include shipping and handling. All current subscribers are entitled to free online submissions to Fourteen Hills.