The editors of the Review are interested in personal essays as well as informative ones. This is not the place, however, for an academic work that is limited to a particular audience or that is footnoted/in-text referenced. We're looking for essays that are interdisciplinary, well written, and which appeal to a wide readership. We are drawn to shorter pieces. Limit 3000 words. Manuscripts should be double-spaced, using a 12 point font.
With your submission, please include:
- author/artist name as you'd like it to appear in the Review
- author/artist email & physical address
- short bio -- limit 75 words, please -- including your graduating year