The Indian River Review has reopened black and white photographic submissions for its third issue scheduled for publication in late spring/summer 2015. The theme for this issue is “Technology,” and we plan to take a very broad view of this theme. The deadline for black and white photographic submissions will remain open throughout the summer of 2014.
All work is peer reviewed. The journal accepts only electronic submission, no hard copies. Please inform us if you are sending simultaneous submissions. Photography files must be sent as .tiff or .jpg email attachments to email@example.com. In your email, make sure to include your full name, phone number, mailing address, institutional affiliation (if you have one), and the title(s) of the work you submit. In your email, include a 50 to 100 word author biographical paragraph.
Photographs received may require slight alterations, such as sizing, to accommodate formatting requirements. Payment upon publication will include one copy of The Indian River Review.
Fort Pierce, Florida March15, 2014: With the support of the Indian River State College (IRSC) Foundation (The Gladys Williams Wolf Endowed Teaching Chair in Communications) and The Center for Media and Journalism Studies, the English, Communication, and Modern Languages Department will offer a Writer’s Day on March 15th in the Brown Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Room Y-102, on the IRSC Ft. Pierce Campus. The session will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided. This program is designed to enhance anyone’s writing and thinking. Participants may register for a fee of $25.00 per person (payable to the IRSC Foundation). Participation is limited to the first fifty-five registrants.
This year we will focus on poetry and flash fiction. Many of the day’s activities prompt participants to produce short works on the spot that will be shared at the end of the day.
The program will also include multi-media, interactive presentations, and discussions dealing with a variety of writing related topics, such as: dialogue, style, poetic language, cultivating wonder, mystery boxes, characterization, passion, play, creativity, beauty, failure, technology, listening, critical thinking, and so on.
These discussions will improve writing and communication techniques and foster an aesthetic appreciation for written expression.
For further information, contact:
Dr. Matthew Brooks firstname.lastname@example.org or (772) 462-7842
In order to accommodate some administrative issues, the staff of The Indian River Review is announcing a change to the journal’s annual publication date. Originally, we have been publishing annual issues during fall semesters. Starting with issue 3, we will start publishing the journal during spring semesters. As a result, issue 3 is scheduled for publication during spring 2015.
If any current or future contributors have any questions, feel free to contact the journal’s staff for clarification.
We are thrilled to announce that the second issue of The Indian River Review has been published! Copies are available for purchase at the Indian River State College main campus book store. The theme of this latest issue is “memories,” and you will find some wonderful writing and photography within its pages!
Are you a poet, fiction, or non-fiction author? Are you a photographer? Then consider submitting your work for consideration. We have a call for papers for issue 3 posted here.
The Indian River State College Center for Media Studies is sponsoring a Writer’s Day seminar on March 16, 2013 from 8:45 to 5:00pm. It is open to the first 50 to register and will be held at the Fort Pierce, Florida, campus in the Brown Center in room Y-102. To find out more details as well as register for the seminar, go to the CMJS web site.
The Indian River Review is currently soliciting submissions for its third issue scheduled for publication in late spring/summer 2014. The theme for this issue is “Technology,” and we plan to take a very broad view of this theme. As man moved from an oral to a literate culture, technology has affected the way we communicate and live. At one time, even the simple number 2 pencil was a technological advancement. From quills to computers, from knitting needles to the Mars Rover, technology comes in many forms, and we would like to explore this concept in our third issue.
The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2014. Genres include short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, critical essays, black and white photography, and book reviews. Please do not send explicit content. See formatting and submission instructions below.
All work is peer reviewed. The journal accepts only electronic submission, no hard copies. Please inform us if you are sending simultaneous submissions, and follow the requirements listed below for all submissions:
- Text files must be sent as .doc, .docx, or .rtf email attachments.
- Photography files must be sent as .tiff or .jpg email attachments.
- Send short fiction attachments to email@example.com.
- Send poetry attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Send creative non-fiction and photography attachments to email@example.com.
- Send critical essays and book review attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Text-based submissions must use 12 point font and correct MLA format.
- Short fiction, creative non-fiction, and critical essays are limited to 4,000 words.
- Book reviews are limited to 1,000 words.
- In your email, make sure to include your full name, phone number, address, institutional affiliation (if you have one), and the title(s) of the work you submit.
- In your email, include a 50 to 100 word author biographical paragraph.
- Send no more than 5 submissions for poetry.
- Send no more than 10 submissions for photographic pieces.
Please make sure to spend time proofing and editing your text submissions before sending them. Authors may even want to consider asking a friend to read the work first to help make sure an error free submission is sent. Submissions with incorrect grammar or misspellings may be automatically excluded from the review process. Those submissions that are accepted must be open to receiving minor editorial corrections. Photographs received may require slight alterations, such as sizing, to accommodate formatting requirements. Payment upon publication will include one copy of The Indian River Review.
Issue 1 for 2012 of The Indian River Review is now available for purchase through Indian River State College’s bookstore. Retail cost is $10 each (not including taxes or possible shipping costs if purchased on-line). Copies can be purchased at the main campus store in Fort Pierce, Florida, or contact the bookstore to find out about on-line purchases:
Indian River State College
3209 Virginian Ave.
Ft. Pierce, FL 34981