Founded in the summer of 2000 by Colleen Ryor, The Adirondack Review is a digital art & literature quarterly. We publish poetry, fiction, essays, and works in translation, as well as visual art and photography. We welcome submissions of all kinds, especially if your work contextualizes the natural sciences in an unexpected way.
We accept submissions on a rotating basis throughout the year. Contributors receive a small stipend as a gesture of our appreciation and gratitude, and in acknowledgement of the value of your work.
We host two contests per year, one for poetry and one fiction, each with a $400 prize. We also offer unpaid internships. These assignments are virtual posts with flexible hours, and interns work directly with senior editors.
Thank you for taking the time to investigate our magazine, and for supporting independent publishing. We're lucky to work with these talented artists and writers, each issue a collaborative imagination stratified across space, time, and bandwidth. Happy reading!
THE ADIRONDACK REVIEW
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