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    The Madison Review is an independent literary arts journal published through the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Published semiannually, each issue of The Madison Review contains previously unpublished fiction, poetry, and art as well as interviews with well-known writers. Contributors to the review have included I.B. Singer, Stephen Dunn, Lisel Mueller, May Sarton, Charles Baxter, Roberto Fernandez, and C.K. Williams. The Madison Review has also had the privilege of interviewing such literary figures as Bret Easton Ellis, Chuck Palahniuk, David Sedaris, Lorrie Moore, and Dean Young. To see samples of art, poetry, fiction and interviews from past issues, please check out our "Past Issues" section of our website.

    Founded in the early 1970s by students from the university's creative writing program, The Madison Review remains a student run journal to this day. The staff--including editors--is composed entirely of undergraduates from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Since the staff changes frequently, each issue attempts to showcase the distinct aesthetics of that year's reviewing panel. Professor Ron Kuka has acted as the faculty advisor for The Madison Review since 1990.



    poetry and fiction

    The Madison Review accepts submissions of poetry and fiction of all different styles and genres. Guidelines for submissions are as follows:
    • Manuscripts must be typed, previously unpublished material.
    • Please include a cover-letter complete with your contact information.
    • Submissions must include a self addressed stamped envelope.
    • All submissions should be sent to:
      The Madison Review
      (Attention: Poetry or Fiction Editor)
      University of Wisconsin-Madison
      Department of English
      600 N. Park Street
      6193 Helen C. White Hall
      Madison, WI. 53706


    art
    The Madison Review prints two issues a year, with its black and white issue appearing in the fall and a color issue appearing in the spring. When submitting art to The Madison Review please follow the following guidelines:
    • Mail sample images in JPEG format on a CD to the above address. Please note that these should be samples; if selected, high resolution images will be requested on a later date.
    • Do not send original copies of your work as we will not return CD samples unless you request that we do so (see below).
    • Please include a cover-letter complete with your contact information.
    • Submissions must include a self addressed stamped envelope for our reply. We will not return your CD sample to you unless you specifically request such action and supply us with the proper postage and packaging for such action.


    contact

    Contacting The Madison Review is quite simple...
    • Mail us at:
      The Madison Review
      University of Wisconsin-Madison
      Department of English
      600 N. Park Street
      6193 Helen C. White Hall
      Madison, WI. 53706
    • General questions:
      madisonreview@yahoo.com

    (Poetry, fiction, and art submissions sent by email will not be considered.)


    Posted By MsJacquiiC | Dec 28, 2007
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