An interdisciplinary magazine of arts and ideas, The Gettysburg Review is published quarterly and offers the best in fiction, poetry, essays, essay-reviews, and full-color graphics by both emerging and established writers and artists. The magazine has earned grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Lannan Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Work first published in The Gettysburg Review is regularly chosen for reprinting in such prize anthologies as Prize Stories: The O. Henry Awards, Best American Poetry, Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses, and elsewhere. Readership includes approximately 2,500 subscribers and national distribution to bookstores and newsstands by Ingram Periodicals and Ubiquity Distributors.
Recent advertisers in The Gettysburg Review include: Agni, Carnegie Mellon University Press, Green Mountains Review, Louisiana State University Press, The Massachusetts Review, Mid-American Review, New England Review, New Letters, Noon, Poetry Society of America, Pushcart Press, Seneca, Shenandoah, and University of Akron Press.
Single Issue: $225
Four issues: $750
Spring (end January): Reservations by November 15, and artwork received by December 1
Summer (end April): Reservations by February 15, and artwork received by March 1
Autumn (end July): Reservations by May 15, and artwork received by June 1
Winter (end October): Reservations by August 15, and artwork received by Sept. 1
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The Gettysburg Review
Gettysburg PA 17325-1491
Please do not use the above e-mail address for inquiries about submissions. We prefer that authors send such queries through the mail (see our guidelines), but if you feel you must use e-mail, direct your inquiry to Mark Drew, the assistant editor.