The Kudzu Review is an undergraduate literary and arts journal. Starting in 2018 we are accepting undergraduate work from across the nation. The Kudzu Review is proud to make the transition to a national magazine and we invite undergraduates or students who have graduated within the current academic year (August-May) to submit their work to us. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please let us know as soon as possible if your work has been accepted elsewhere.
All written submissions should be in .doc or .docx format. Submit multiple pieces separately (multiple poems, flash fiction, etc). The file name should also be the piece’s title.
Our Fall Deadline is Thursday, October 18
Once you’ve read through our guidelines, you can submit your work here.
Genre Specific Formatting Guidelines:
Fiction: Submissions must be double-spaced and in 12pt Times New Roman. Submit only one story, not to exceed 15 pages (It’s best to keep your submission between 8 and 10 pages). You may submit up to three flash fiction pieces as long as those three submissions combined don’t exceed the 15-page limit.
Creative Nonfiction: Submissions must be double-spaced and in 12pt Times New Roman. Submit only one non-fiction piece, not to exceed 10 pages. You may submit up to three short nonfiction pieces as long as those three submissions combined don’t exceed the 10-page limit. Critical essays are not accepted.
Poetry: Poems must be single-spaced and up to 3 pages in length per poem. Submit no more than 3 poems. If there is a special visual format to your poem, consider submitting it as a PDF.
Visual Art: This category includes digital art, photography, and images of pieces made using other media. Submit up to 5 digital images. Please avoid low-resolution images (at least 5MP or suitable for printing at 300DPI).
If you have any genre-specific questions, please contact the appropriate editor. All general questions should be directed to email@example.com. Include “Submissions” in the subject of the email.
Visual Art: firstname.lastname@example.org