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Cumberland River Review - Fiction (Go to Poetry)



Description
The Cumberland River Review (ISSN 2326-0009) is a quarterly online publication of new poetry, fiction, essays, and art. The journal is produced by the department of English at Trevecca Nazarene University, in Nashville, Tennessee, and welcomes submissions from both national and international writers and artists.


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Market Submission Schedule
  • Submission Window - Sep 1, 2019 thru Apr 30, 2020 (Begins 7 days from now)

Market Genres, Styles & Subjects
Genres
General

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
Flash
0 to 1000 words
Non-Paying

Short Story
1000 to 5000 words
Non-Paying


Market Submission Types
Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: Yes
Reprints?: No
Multiple Submissions?: No
Simultaneous Submissions?: Yes

Market Response Data
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numbers will be so please be sure to log all of your submissions here and not just your rejections or acceptances.


Accuracy:
There are 5 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
101 min | 103.50 mean avg | 103 median | 106 max days
Responded:
40.00%
Accepted:
-
Rejected:
40.00% - avg 103 days (0.00% of rejections are personal)
Rewrites:
-
Dead Letters:
60.00%
Lost/Returned:
-
Never Responded:
-
Withdrawn:
60.00%
Pending:
1 pending responses (132 min | 132 mean avg | 132 median | 132 max days waiting)
Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data.
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