Check out this brand new promo trailer for our current issue, the FILTH issue, edited by John Wing Jr. Film by Josh Kolm.
Sorry folks, submissions to theWindsor ReView are now closed until September 1, 2012.
Please hold off on submitting until this date, or your submissions will not be read or considered for publication (we don’t hang onto submissions from outside of our reading periods to consider for later, we delete / recycle them).
You will have a chance to submit to either the next general issue OR our next theme issue (stay tuned to find out what the theme will be!) starting September 1st.
Enjoy the summer, and look out in early September for our amazing Fall 2012 issue!
That’s right, the Windsor ReView Spring 2012 Special Filth issue has arrived. Subscribers and contributors, expect your copies to arrive in the mail shortly! For everyone else, contact us at email@example.com for information on subscribing or purchasing individual copies.
This issue features our complete re-design (let us know what you think)! We’re now a stylish 8×8 magazine, still with the same great prose, poetry, and full colour art features. This issue includes art from Zeke Moores, Swintak, Andrew Wright and Marcy Boles.
We also have writing from new and established writers from Canada and the United States, including David Zieroth, Henry Beissel, Bruce Meyer, Emily Schultz, Hollie Adams, April Bulmer and more! Edited by poet and comedian John Wing Jr., this issue is truly filthy.
If you’re in Windsor, check out John Wing Jr.’s reading at Phog Lounge (157 University Ave. West, Windsor, On.) on Tuesday, March 6th. We will have copies of the FILTH issues available, as well as additional readings from local contributors Vanessa Shields, Peter Hrastovec and kate hargreaves.
HelloWindsor ReView readers,
Just a quick note that our Under 35 issue is no longer calling for submissions. We are still accepting work for our general fall 2013 issue this reading period. Make sure all submissions arrive before May 1st (when our reading period closes until September 1st).
the Windsor ReView staff
The Windsor Review is happy to announce that Jenny Sampirisi will be the guest editor of our Spring 2013 “Best Under 35” theme issue. For guidelines on the issue see our submissions guidelines and poster, available on this blog.
Jenny is Managing Editor of literary press Book Thug. She is a writer, editor, and graduate of the Master’s Program in Creative Writing at the University of Windsor. She has previously worked on the Windsor ReView and the chapbook Other Clutter, which includes the work of poets from across North America. Her thesis project, Like Bone From Skin, was nominated for the Governor General’s gold star award in the Humanities category; her first novel, iswas, will be published by Insomniac Press in the fall of 2008 and her poetry book Croak appeared with Coach House Press in 2011. She is the Publicity and Publisher Relations Coordinator for The Scream Literary Festival.
We are back in the office here at the Windsor Review and already going through the submissions you have sent us in the last week!
Our FILTH issue submissions call is now closed, and we are working on getting the FILTH issue ready for print. There’s some great stuff upcoming in this issue, as well as in the Fall 2012 general issue!
We are currently accepting submissions for our Fall 2013 general issue, as well as a brand new themed issue, due out in Spring 2012.
BEST WRITERS UNDER 35
Writers are eligible if they are 35 years of age or younger at the time of submission. Please be honest!
More details will be available soon. Make sure to mark your submission UNDER 35 ISSUE as well as noting the issue in the subject line of all email submissions. All our usual submissions guidelines apply.
Windsor Review is ONLY currently accepting submissions for the above calls (general issue Fall 2013, Best Under 35 issue Spring 2013)
The Windsor Review is happy to introduce our FILTH issue guest editor John Wing Jr.
Wing is a stand up comedian and poet from Sarnia, Ontario. The author of seven books, including several collections of poetry, Wing has also appeared on the Tonight Show six times and at nine Just for Laughs festivals.
Check out this video of him performing live:
John Wing Jr. will be guest editing our upcoming FILTH issue (accepting submissions now, see guidelines page for more information and make sure to note FILTH ISSUE on your submission), due out in spring 2012.
Submissions are already arriving by mail to our office and in our email inbox, so make sure to send us your FILTHy poetry, prose, and art for the chance to be published in this exciting upcoming issue of the Windsor Review.