The Montreal Review is an international, general interest online magazine published twelve times a year; it offers essays, book reviews, commentaries and interviews, photo essays, short stories, poetry and other quality content. The Montreal Review is illustrated with contemporary and classic art from Canadian and international artists. Among the magazine contributors are Pulitzer Prize winners, thought leaders and opinion makers, world-class journalists, scientists, and academics.
The Montreal Review welcomes unsolicited submissions of book reviews and essays, literary non-fiction and short stories.
We also publish academic papers, philosophical sketches, scholarly texts, travel notes, art reviews, and opinion on contemporary issues.
Painters, photographers, and art galleries can suggest their work or inventory for illustration of magazine's essays, fiction and poetry.
We do not have requirements for the genre, the style or the length of the submitted fiction and non-fiction texts.
We accept for re-printing works published only in print.
Tell us if you make a simultaneous submission.
If work you have submitted to us is accepted elsewhere, please notify us.
If your work is considered for publication, we will contact you within six weeks after the date of submission. Please note that we do not send rejection letters. We regret that we cannot respond to every submission. Prospective contributors who do not receive a response within six weeks should feel free to submit their manuscripts elsewhere.
We thank everyone for submitting to The Montreal Review.
Due to the high volume of submissions, we have a limit for publication of short stories and poetry. If we do not publish your work, this does not mean that we do not like it or that the work is without merits.
Your work is most likely to appear on our pages if it is an essay (history, philosophy, economics, literature, art & photography, music), literary (or narrative) non-fiction, or book/art/movie review.
At present, due to limited financial resources we are not able to pay for contributions. The authors retain all copyright after the appearance of their work in The Montreal Review.
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