"When people tell me of the exotic trips they have taken across the country, or around the world, some of which I have had the good fortune to take as well, it is always to the Adirondacks that my heart returns."

—Frank Attanasia
The Adirondack Review
The Adirondack Review is an online art & literature quarterly founded by Colleen Ryor in the summer of 2000. We publish poetry, fiction, essays, and works in translation, as well as visual art and photography. Submissions of all kinds are encouraged, especially if your work references the natural sciences in an unexpected way. 

We host two contests per year, one for poetry and one fiction, each with a $400 prize. (Congrats to Richard Martin, whose story "Men Have Names" won the just-announced Fulton Prize.)

We also offer several unpaid internships. These assignments are virtual posts with flexible hours, and interns work directly with senior editors. More information here.

​Thank you, reader, for taking the time to investigate our magazine, and for supporting independent publishing. We're lucky people to get to assemble these issues, to get to know these talented artists and writers, a virtual colony stratified across space and time and bandwidth. 

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