Nonfiction in all its long forms, particularly the personal essay, lyric essay, and documentary essay, but no limitations except for length, which is the only requirement. Essays must be 40-90 pages, double spaced, for consideration.
The long short story, the novella etc. Submissions are limited to pieces 40-90 pages in length.
Poems must be 10 pages or longer. Acceptable are:
-- A single long poem in its entirety
-- a self-contained excerpt from a book-length poem
-- a unified sequence or series of poems

For any other long poems please query first.
$ 6.00
Please be sure to include your full address and the issue number to ensure proper shipping
Ends on 7/15/2016$ 20.00
$ 20.00
Please submit a 20-30 page manuscript, pages numbered. Do not include your name anywhere other than the cover letter. The $20 submission fee includes a one-year subscription to The Seattle Review. (If you want a copy of the winning chapbook in addition to this subscription, go back to our main Submittable page and choose the category "2015 Poetry Chapbook Competition + Winning Chapbook.") The winner will receive $1000, a chapbook designed by Paper Hammer, and 20 copies of his/her chapbook. Two finalists will receive $100 and publication in the next issue of The Seattle Review. There are no aesthetic requirements for manuscripts, and the chapbook need not be comprised of a long poem. The winner will be selected by Claudia Rankine.
Ends on 7/15/2016$ 20.00 - 25.00
$ 20.00 - 25.00
Please submit a 20-30 page manuscript, pages numbered. Do not include your name anywhere other than the cover letter. The $25 fee includes a copy of the winning chapbook and a one-year subscription to The Seattle Review. The winner will receive $1000, a chapbook publication by the Seattle Review designed by Paper Hammer, and 20 copies of the chapbook. Two finalists will receive $100 and publication in the next issue of The Seattle Review. There are no aesthetic requirements for manuscripts, and the chapbook need not be comprised of a long poem. The winner will be selected by Claudia Rankine.