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Editorial submissions for Sequoya Review are now closed.  However, ART SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN!  Deadline is November 21.  Please send any submissions or questions that you may have to sequoyareview20@gmail.com.  Any editorial questions can be sent to submit2SR@gmail.com.


All UTC students are encouraged to submit creative endeavors, whether literary, artistic, dramatic, academic, or musical.

We welcome multiple submissions!

In order to be eligible for submission, you must be a student in good standing at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as of August of 2020. If this is not the case, your submission will not be considered.

To be considered for submission, email your work as an attachment to Submit2SR@gmail.com.

In the Subject of the email, include “Sequoya Review Submission,” or “SRS.” In the body of the email, include your name, title of the piece, genre, and date the piece was created. The file name should be the name of the piece, followed by its genre and date. (Example: title_genre_date; TwoPoemsbyFrank_poetry_2020).

Please have your submission be no more than 2000 words for prose submissions.

Submission Guidelines

Poetry: we look for writers that pay particular attention to the language and musicality of their submissions.  Poems should feature distinct imagery, personal style, and a unique voice.  We encourage writers from a variety of backgrounds and identities to submit.  Poetry submissions should include up to five poems with no more than five pages in total.  We are looking forward to reading what you send us!

Fiction: we’re looking for fun unique stories that hook the reader in with a strongly driven plot and good character development.  We are open to genre work following structures above.  Please note excerpts from novels or novellas must stand alone.  We will allow multiple submissions with a maximum of two stories.  Double space your work and include page numbers.

Creative Nonfiction: we’re looking for creative nonfiction in a variety of styles; from personal narrative that captures situation and story to craft essays that attempt to engage the community in vital conversation or to find the fantastic in the quotidian.  The submission should be an honest and unique account of what it means to be a human in 2020.  We have a vested interest in giving underrepresented and intersectional voices a platform in our community. 

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