The Timberline Review welcomes new work from established and emerging writers. Short fiction, creative nonfiction, essay, flash fiction and poetry will be considered.
A few things to keep in mind:
- There’s no hard
rule about word count, but anything over 5,000 words may be difficult to
include in our publication. For poetry, you may submit up to five poems per
- Work must be
previously unpublished. We will accept simultaneous submissions, although we
ask you to please let us know as soon as possible if you choose to publish
elsewhere. All submissions must be in the English language.
- If your work is
accepted for publication, The Timberline Review will request
First North American Serial Rights, and reserves the right to publish your
accepted work online.
- Only electronic
submissions will be considered. We will consider only those submissions received on or before midnight (PST) April 30, 2017,
for the Summer/Fall 2017 issue. Entries received after the deadline may
be considered for the following issue.
- Judging will be
anonymous. Please ensure all information identifying the author is removed
from your submission. Title page should include only the title of your
- All writers will be
notified of their status by email when decisions have been made.
- The Timberline Review staff and Willamette Writers board
members are not eligible for publication, nor are their immediate
- Each published contributor
will receive a payment of $25 and one copy of the publication.