When to Submit:
We are currently closed to submissions. Please check back later in 2022 for details about our Issue 55 submission periods.

** Please note that Rutgers-Camden/StoryQuarterly staff are currently working remotely due to the omicron surge. Orders will be filled as soon as staff return to campus, which is currently planned for early February 2022.

Issue 53 was published online at storyquarterly.org in spring 2021 and is now also available in a print edition. This issue features new work by Nina de Gramont, Chaney Kwak, Chris Stuck, Miah Jeffra, and many more. It also includes the winners of the eighth annual Fiction Prize, judged by Garth Greenwell, and the fifth annual Nonfiction Prize, judged by T Kira Madden.

** Please note that Rutgers-Camden/StoryQuarterly staff are currently working remotely due to the omicron surge. Orders will be filled as soon as staff return to campus, which is currently planned for early February 2022.

Issue 52 features new work by Matthea Harvey, Lisa Olstein, S. Kirk Walsh, Bruce Holbert, Pam Diamond, and many more. The issue also includes the winners of the seventh annual Fiction Prize, judged by Nafissa Thompson-Spires, and the fourth annual Nonfiction Prize, judged by Brian Blanchfield.

** Please note that Rutgers-Camden/StoryQuarterly staff are currently working remotely due to the omicron surge. Orders will be filled as soon as staff return to campus, which is currently planned for early February 2022.

Issue 51 features new work by Henry H. Roth, Michael Martone, Rajat Singh, Terese Svoboda, and many more. 


$5.00
$5.00

StoryQuarterly is committed to publishing great work by established and emerging writers. However, we are a small organization operating on a shoestring budget and we are very grateful for any donations. (We have set this up in $5 increments due to Submittable restrictions.)  

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