The 2019 Yellowwood Poetry Prize is OPEN. The prize judge is Robyn Schiff.
Click here for contest guidelines.
YR is currently considering submissions for Issue 29.
- Fiction submissions are open.
- General poetry submissions are closed.
We consider online submissions only, through Submittable.
YR accepts free submissions until we have reached capacity for the month. At that point, submitters may use our tip jar submissions or wait until the new month to submit for free.
General submissions may close during contests and summer months. Tip jar submissions will remain open through contests and summer months, but may close if we accumulate too much of a backlog.
There are no restrictions on what type of writing you should submit. All submissions should include a cover letter (the shorter the better) with titles of submissions, a brief, press-ready biographical statement, and any relevant contact information. YR does not accept previously published pieces. Simultaneous submissions are not only permitted but expected; please notify us immediately if a piece is chosen for publication elsewhere. Response time can take up to five or six months. Please do not submit additional work until a decision has been made regarding your current submission. All rights revert to authors upon publication.
Three to five poems, all in the same file—.doc, .docx, or PDF.
One short story up to 5,000 words, or up to three pieces less than 1,000 words each.