The Apple Valley Review is an online literary journal, published twice annually. Each issue features a collection of poetry, short fiction, and essays.
Submissions for the Spring 2016 issue ends March 15, 2016.
Some of the submission guidelines:
Submissions accepted year-round.
Writing needs to be mainstream with literary appeal.
Original, previously unpublished, and in English.
Prose submissions may range from approximately 100 to 4,000 words.
Shorter pieces stand a better chance of being published. Longer pieces will be read and considered.
Novel excerpts must be self-contained.
Preference is given to short (under two pages), non-rhyming poetry.
This is not currently a paying market. However, all work published in the Apple Valley Review during a given calendar year will be considered for the annual Apple Valley Review Editor’s Prize. From 2006 to 2015, the prize was $100 and a gift of a book of poetry or fiction.