Submit to Minetta Review
Our Fall 2019 submission portal is now open! Applications will remain open until November 11th, 2019, 11:59PM. Submissions received after this deadline may be considered for the Spring 2019 issue. Simultaneous submissions are allowed, but kindly notify us if accepted elsewhere.
While Minetta Review is a student-run publication at New York University, you do not need to be matriculated in order to submit. We consider writing and artwork from talents across the country and around the world.
If you are interested in submitting art, prose, or poetry, please visit our Submittable at: https://minettareview.submittable.com/submit. We no longer review submissions via email.
You may submit no more than two prose pieces, each consisting of less than 1500 words. Please label your submission with your full preferred name and the number of prose pieces included.
You may submit no more than three poems. Please label your submission with your full preferred name and the number of poems included.
You may submit no more than ten images of a cohesive series. Please send artworks in .jpg or .tif format and label each file with the appropriate title. If possible, send 300dpi files, and if not, please have a high resolution version readily available upon request. Links and attachments of more than ten images will not be considered for publication.
We look forward to receiving your submissions. Thank you for your contribution to Minetta Review!
Selection & Publication
You will typically receive a response 4 – 10 weeks after the submissions deadline. Due to our high volume of submissions, only owners of accepted work will be contacted. Accepted pieces will be featured in print and electronically. Upon publication, all rights revert to the contributor, whose authorization is required for reprints, and we ask that reprints in other publications credit Minetta Review as the original printer.
Print editions are made available free-of-charge to the NYU student body, to bookshops in Greenwich Village, and to select locations throughout Manhattan. Since Spring 2012, issues are also available through Issuu.
Contributors receive no monetary compensation for publication; we mail copies at no charge to the contributor. All rights revert to the submitting writers and artists upon publication.