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Atticus Review - Poetry (Go to Fiction)



Description
If you’re a writer who tests limits, especially if you write with a rocket-fueled pen, we want to read your best stuff. Please send it our way. In addition to our role as editors for Atticus Review, we also are writers who are bad submitters. We get intimidated; We fear rejection. So please know that your work will be shown respect, and reviewed with eyes that have stared at submit buttons for too long before nervous fingers finally clicked. We know what a gift it is for you to give us—for free!— something you spent hours honing, tweaking, editing, getting just right.

Click submit. The rest is self-explanatory.


Market Genres, Styles & Subjects
Genres
General

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
Poetry
Any length
Non-Paying


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

Market Response Data
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This statistical information is an aggregation of submission data provided by our members. The more data we have the more accurate our
numbers will be so please be sure to log all of your submissions here and not just your rejections or acceptances.


Accuracy:
There are 14 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
5 min | 18.09 mean avg | 29 median | 29 max days
Responded:
78.57%
Accepted:
-
Rejected:
78.57% - avg 18 days (0.00% of rejections are personal)
Rewrites:
-
Dead Letters:
21.42%
Lost/Returned:
-
Never Responded:
-
Withdrawn:
21.42%
Pending:
2 pending responses (24 min | 24 mean avg | 24 median | 24 max days waiting)
Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data.
We recommend querying after the time the market suggests to query.


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