Calabash: A Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters (NYU)

Calabash: A Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters

Graduate Program in Spanish & Portuguese Languages & Literatures
New York University
19 University Place
New York, N.Y. 10003
Phone: (212) 992-9599

Calabash considers submissions from August through September and from January through April, each year. NB. The preferred way to receive submissions are via email. Please feel free to submit your work to this website with “submission” written in the subject line. Please, also, perform a virus check before sending attachments.

Send all literary work (poems, short stories, one-act plays, interviews, book reviews, parts of memoirs, personal essays, critical essays, cultural news, announcements, and other new and emerging genres) with five copies to the editorial board. Bibliographies and documented articles should follow the MLA format. Send slides and photography with enough postage to cover their safe return.

Include brief biographical information with your submissions, as well as contact information (telephone number, address, current e-mail address).Please note that manuscripts will not be returned unless they are accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Only authors of accepted works will be notified. Calabash accepts no responsibility for unsolicited submissions and will not enter into correspondence about their loss or delay.

**Highly recommended.. Many leading Caribbean writers (celebrated and upcoming) have had work published here.

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