Accepting Submissions for Fall 2016

Emory’s Lullwater Review is excited to accept submissions for our 25th Issue, Vol. XXV, which will be released in December 2016.

Please submit your visual art, poetry, and prose to For consideration for Volume XXV, please submit your work by October 31, 2016 at 11:59 p.m.

Please note that Lullwater Review has been on hiatus for the past two years. After a shift in management and a new team of editors, the Review is now reestablished. If you have previously submitted to Lullwater Review, your work may still be in consideration; if your work is accepted for publication, you will receive notification from us no later than November 15, 2016. 

Please contact our management staff at with any questions or comments (excluding submissions.)



Accepting submissions for 2015!

Happy new year! We are accepting fiction and poetry submissions for our Spring 2015 issue. Please email all submissions to All poetry submissions should be addressed to Alexa Cucopulos and all fiction submissions, to Christopher Naber.

We look forward to reading your work!

Happy writing,

Lullwater Review

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Please be advised that we are no longer accepting submissions for our Fall 2014 issue. Any submissions after October 31st will be considered for inclusion in our Spring 2015 issue.

Our editorial staff will notify contributors of their final selection for Fall 2014 by the end of the week. Thank you for your understanding and contributions!


To all contributors past and future,

There are 5 DAYS LEFT for submissions of poetry, fiction, and art to be considered in our Fall 2014 issue. Please email them to and include your name as well as contact information on each page of your submission.

Thank you for sharing your work with us!

All the best,

Lullwater Review



To all our dear contributors,

The cut-off deadline for submissions (poetry, prose and art) to be considered in our Fall 2014 issue is October 31st at midnight. Please email them to and include a mailing address/contact information on each page of your submission.

Should they be poetry, please address them to Alexa Cucopulos and should they be prose/fiction, please address them to Christopher Naber.

Thank you very much for your consideration and as always, we look forward to reading your contributions to the literary craft.

Happy writing,

Lullwater Review