We are currently closed for submissions. Please note that the categories below are for issue purchases only. 

Our submissions windows for Issue 52 (to be published in 2019) will be as follows:

General submissions: November 1-December 15, 2018

Nonfiction contest: November 9, 2018-January 12, 2019

Fiction contest: December 17, 2018-February 17, 2019

When a submissions window is open, it will appear in the list below.

General fiction submissions open November 1, 2018 and close December 15, 2018. Limit: Up to 6250 words, double-spaced. Accepted work will be published in StoryQuarterly 52. (Note: this is separate submission category from our annual Fiction Prize.)

We will be accepting entries for the Fourth Annual StoryQuarterly Nonfiction Prize from November 9, 2018 through January 12, 2019. The winner will receive $1000, and the winner, first runner-up and second runner-up will be published in StoryQuarterly Issue 52. Limit: up to 6250 words. Please double-space submissions. 

Our judge is Brian Blanchfield. He is the author of three books of poetry and prose, most recently PROXIES, which was awarded a Whiting Award in Nonfiction, and was a finalist for Lambda Literary Award in Gay Memoir and the PEN USA Literary Award in Nonfiction. SEVERAL WORLD received the 2014 James Laughlin Award from the Academy of American Poets and was longlisted for the 2014 National Book Award in Poetry. He teaches creative writing and literature at the University of Idaho and the Bennington Writing Seminars.

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

Issue 50 features new work by Hannah Dela Cruz Abrams, Stephen Dixon, Matthew Lansburgh, Alix Ohlin, Wendy C. Ortiz, and many more, as well as the winners of the 2016 StoryQuarterly Fiction Prize, judged by Alexander Chee, and the 2016 StoryQuarterly Nonfiction Prize, judged by Meghan Daum.
Released in February 2016, Issue 49 features new work by Brian Blanchfield, Jenny Boully, Stephen Dixon, Garth Greenwell, Kelle Groom, Dickson Lam, Bonnie Nadzam, and the winners of the 2015 StoryQuarterly Fiction Prize, judged by Mat Johnson, and the 2015 StoryQuarterly Nonfiction Prize, judged by Leslie Jamison. 
StoryQuarterly 48 features new work by Edward Carey, Kim Chinquee, Bernard Cooper, Denise Duhamel and Julie Marie Wade, James Allen Hall, Noy Holland, Chinelo Okparanta, Kathleen Ossip, Peter Trachtenberg, and the winners of the 2014 StoryQuarterly Fiction Prize and the 2014 StoryQuarterly Essay Prize, judged by Elizabeth McCracken and Maggie Nelson, respectively.
StoryQuarterly 46/47 features new work by Karen E. Bender, Mark Doty, Ru Freeman, Deborah A. Lott, Elizabeth McCracken, Daniel Mueller, Janet Peery, Helen Klein Ross, Antonio Ruiz-Camacho, an interview with Colm Tóibín, and the winners of the 2012 and 2013 StoryQuarterly Fiction Prize, judged by Amy Hempel and Jess Walter, respectively.
StoryQuarterly 45 features new work by Richard Burgin, Lydia Davis, T.R. Hummer, James Robison, David Vann, and Josh Weil. It also includes work by Jill Birdsall, Michael Blumenthal, Rae Bryant, Sarah Gauch, William Reese Hamilton, James Tate Hill, Jeffrey Ihlenfeldt, John Kinsella, Virginia Konchan, Samantha Levy, Karen Malley, James Marcus, T.C. McCarthy, Ryan Meany, Idra Novey, Gary Percesepe, Chaz Reetz-Laiolo, Larry Rothe, Tyler Sage, Rachel Siviski, Blythe Winslow, and Josie Sigler: the winner of the 2011 StoryQuarterly Fiction Prize, judged by Karen Russell.
StoryQuarterly 44 features new work by Moira Chrone, Denise Gess, Paul Lisicky, Kirk Nesset, and Gerald Stern. It also includes work by Remy Braun, Jerome Charyn, Kelly Cherry, Frank Dineen, Mathew Goldberg, Tiffany Hawk, John Oliver Hodges, Jane Hoppen, Kyle Lang, Bill Lawrence, William Lutz, James Marcus, Staci Stokes Morgan, Eileen Mullane, Bonnie Nadzam, David Naimon, Nicole Pearce, Adam Peterson, Bethany R. Reece, Kendra Langford Shaw, Vic Sizemore, Laura L. Sullivan, Frank Tavares, Eliza Victoria, Jesse Waters, and Marc Watkins. 
StoryQuarterly 43 features new work by Julianna Baggot, Madison Smartt Bell, Patricia Brieschke, Richard Burgin, W.S. Di Piero, Paul Lisicky, Alexander Lumans, Adam Mansbach, and Lucia Nevai. It also includes work by Cezarija Abartis, Ranjan Adiga, Martin Cloutier, Eugene Cross, Robert Friedman, Seth Fried, E.H. Hahn, Karen Hueler, Michelle Hoover, Trevor J. Houser, Jackie Thomas-Kennedy, Josh Lambert, Peter Levine, Mary McCluskey, Adam McOmber, Martin Pousson, and Evan Rosko.
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