Review | Pembroke Magazine 2018 | The Review Review |26 June 2018

Many thanks to editors Matthew Broderick and Becky Tuch of The Review Review for sending Pembroke Magazine‘s latest issue to me.  The best part of writing reviews for them is being given the excuse to read a magazine that’s new to me, and studying it, and learning from it. Link to my review here.

This review touches upon a few of the issue’s rich trove of contents, but I encourage you to find and read the full magazine. I brought it on a camping trip with me and it was all the reading I did that weekend. Wonderful and entertaining variety of voices and styles.

Hot tip: Submissions open on 9/1/18 for Issue 51. According to their submissions manager, Submissions are free in September, otherwise a $3 fee applies. Make sure what you send is darned good, though!

Pembroke Magazine keeps a social media presence on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram and pays contributors with two copies. Its acceptance rate, according to Duotrope, is 7.14% and editors try to make a decision within 120 days. Fiction:  Flash (up to 1,000 words, up to 3 pieces), Short Stories 1,000 to 7,500 words; Non-Fiction: CNF Flash (up to 1,000 words, up to 3 pieces) and Narrative Nonfiction 1,000 – 7,500 words; Poetry: no line limits, up to 3 pieces.

I hope you enjoy my review, feel free to share it and help spread the news about another fantastic literary magazine if you can.

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