BEFORE YOU SUBMIT YOUR WORK, PLEASE NOTE:
- TCR is no longer able to accept unsolicited submissions of fiction.
- We welcome proposals for submissions to our see to see section that includes 600-word reviews of upcoming or recent events. Please send your brief proposal and bio to email@example.com.
- Each issue of TCR includes art, fiction, and interviews sourced and commissioned by the editor. Most of the poetry we publish is also solicited; however, we do publish one or two unsolicited works in each issue.
- It may take four to six months for us to respond to your submission.
- We accept simultaneous submissions but ask that you inform us if your work is placed elsewhere.
- We buy First North American serial rights and limited, non-exclusive digital rights. Copyright reverts to the author upon publication.
- Contributors are paid $50 per published page to a maximum of $150.
The Capilano Review invites entries between Sep 15 - Oct 15 for its inaugral Biotext Contest, judged by Meredith Quartermain and Peter Quartermain.
The winning entry receives an award of $1000, plus publication in an upcoming issue of TCR.
We invite work that mines personal experience to create lively, vivid stories — these may unfold as poems, prose, or some combination thereof. As always, we're particularly keen to see venturesome work that departs from standard narratives. We're seeking short bio-texts — 500 words max.
Judge: We are thrilled to announce that the TCR 2018 Biofiction Contest will be judged by Meredith Quartermain and Peter Quartermain.
Submission Window: September 15th to October 15th 2018.
Fee*: $25 for Canadian entries, $35 for US/international entries. Free entry for Indigenous writers — please submit your work via firstname.lastname@example.org. For all writers, if the entry fee is prohibitive, please write to us at email@example.com.
Length: 500 words
*Each entry includes a one-year subscription to The Capilano Review. If you already have a subscription, we will extend your subscription or sign up a friend!
Please include your name, email, and mailing address on the cover letter but no identification on the pages of your submission.