Watershed Review has a fall (August 1st through September 30th) and spring (January 15th through March 15th) submission period . We welcome submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and art.

No previously published works are accepted.

Simultaneous submissions are permitted, but please alert Watershed Review to a piece's potential publication elsewhere.

Watershed Review acquires one-time rights. All rights subsequently revert to author.


Ends on 9/30/2016

Up to 4 poems, single-spaced, may be submitted by an individual author per publishing period. Please submit all poems in one file (.doc, .docx, .rtf) without any identifying information within the document.

Please list the poem titles in the "Title" section of this form (ex: The Fire Season, Former Ratio...")

Do not send previously published (either online or print) work.

Include a short biographical statement highlighting literary, academic, and artistic achievement, interest or affiliation. 

Ends on 9/30/2016

One essay of up to 2500 double-spaced words (.doc, .docx, or .rtf format) may be submitted by an individual author per publishing period. Do not include any identifying information within the document.

We will consider personal essays, lyric essays, literary journalism, memoir, or hybrid prose.

Do not send previously published work (either online or print).

Include a short biographical statement highlighting literary, academic, and artistic achievement, interest or affiliation.

Ends on 9/30/2016

One story of up to 2500 words double-spaced (.doc, .docx, or .rtf format) may be submitted by an individual author per publishing period. Do not include any identifying information within the document.

Only send previously unpublished work (either online or print).

Include a short biographical statement highlighting literary, academic, and artistic achievement, interest or affiliation.

Art

Submit up to 8 images, digital versions of at least 300 dots per inch (dpi).

In the "Title" section of this form, please list the names of each piece (Ex: "The Reckoning, Untitled 1..."

Include a short biographical statement highlighting literary, academic, and artistic achievement, interest or affiliation.