The Atlas Review
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
About TAR Chapbook Series
The chapbooks selected for the first and second annual chapbook contests have been a wild success. We want to impart the same beautiful, design-savvy creations from the magazine to the physical pages of a chapbook. Selected manuscripts will have a small print-run, and authors will receive 20 contributor copies plus payment. We also do a whole lot of publicity for each chapbook, including review solicitations at established organizations—we want you to have the attention you deserve!
Within each genre of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction are three forms of submission, none of which has any extra impression on us. We invite you to submit your manuscript for free, with donation, or with a purchase of one of our issues. To this end, we are humbly putting the readers fee option here so that we may better pay our contributors. That's right—we will pay our chapbook authors.
The chapbook series will continue The Atlas Review's mission of remaining anonymous. Work should push against the status quo and challenge us. You may submit a manuscript between approximately 20 and 30 pages. Please read all the guidelines specific to each genre. Submissions should include the following:
- Twenty- to 30-page manuscript free of any identity-revealing information.
- Dress your manuscript up with a title page, table of contents, and whatever else you would like to include. Acknowledgments page optional. Please use a readable font in 12-point. Times New Roman is always master of the house, but an equivalent is fine.
- You can include a brief cover letter that describes this particular manuscript's agenda/thesis/mission. This is absolutely optional. Still, do not include your name or any identity-revealing information here.
We hope to have a final selection of manuscripts by the end of October, early November. We can't promise response time will be this soon, but we will try. Should there be any delays, we will be in touch with updates!
We're so excited to read your chapbooks!Still have questions? Don't hesitate to shoot us an email: theatlasreview [at] gmail [dot] com