Please send us your short stories, essays, poetry and artwork to be considered for the 2015 print issue! We are extending the deadline to April 15, 2015. Submission guidelines can be found on the submit page. We look forward to reading your work!
Auesta Safi, OWR Editor
Just a reminder that we closed submissions for the 2014 edition last night. On behalf of the O.W.R. staff, I would like to thank all of our contributors for their submissions. We have some great work in here that will make this edition a standout. If you didn’t get your submissions in on time, feel free to keep submitting your work for the 2015 edition.
Jake Chalcraft O.W.R. Editor
We are now announcing our submission deadline for the 2014 Owen Wister Review, all submissions must be in by March 21 by midnight. We are looking forward to reading all of your submissions. Good Luck!
Owen Wister Review Staff
2013. The year of poetry and graphic art. As mornings grow lighter and our clocks are ready to spring forward and dash ahead into summer the editors at the Owen Wister are looking back on our submissions. Moving into a … Continue reading
The 2013 editors of the Owen Wister Review are happy to announce that the 2012 edition of the review has now been printed and is being sent to accepted contributors. Thank you for your patience while waiting for the 2012 edition to come out!
February is a month full not known for creativity. The longest, shortest, month on the calendar…February. This month teaches us to appreciate dreariness, to dwell on the creativity in unhappiness. Perhaps the long winter has given you the time to hone your art, to finish that short story, to perfect that print you’ve been thinking on since summer, or maybe you can tolerate the ambiguity for an unfinished project. Submit that project to the Owen Wister Review. Take a chance this month, and watch in April as your submission grows into something you can hold onto forever with your hands, created by your hands. Planted in a short month, planted in dreariness and giving sustenance to our readers and artist this spring.
-Jen, assistant editor