There are presently no open calls for submissions.
Superstition Review is the online literary magazine published by Arizona State University twice yearly in May and December.
We welcome submissions of art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry during our two reading periods in January and August.
We are proud to announce that the theme of Issue 26 is Social Justice.
On behalf of Arizona State University and the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, Superstition Review is dedicating Issue 26 to work that promotes inclusion and explores new ways to dismantle racial and social inequality.
We have chosen this theme in order to magnify voices that have been traditionally undermined by our histories, institutions, policies, laws, and habits of daily life.
We hear you and are here for you on your journey to inspire change through art.
Our submissions for Issue 26 will be open August 1st-31st. We accept art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
We accept submissions for our blog year round.
To read more about our commitment to structural change, read our college’s Response to Structural Racism and Violence.
Do not send previously published work (either online or print). Upon submission to Superstition Review you agree that your work is original, unpublished, and that you are the author. If accepted, Superstition Review acquires First North American Serial Rights and First Electronic Rights. All rights revert to the writer after publication. Contributors agree to credit Superstition Review (with no "The" in the title) if the work is subsequently reproduced online or in print. We require a high quality, professional headshot.
Simultaneous submissions are permitted, but please alert Superstition Review to a piece's potential publication elsewhere. To withdraw one part of a submission please add a note in Submittable so that the information is instantly available to all editors. We will not process emailed withdrawal requests. We will not accept withdrawn and revised work during any given reading period.
We do not accept submissions from ASU undergrads.