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Hunger Mountain

Literary Magazine

Fiction

Flash Fiction

Nonfiction

Flash Nonfiction

Poetry

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Hunger mountain is created by the faculty and students in the Writing Program at Vermont College of Fine Arts.

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Highlights

  • Vibe:Send us your best but less intimidating
  • Response time:  / 
    55 days*
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  • Acceptance rate:
    9% *
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    2.38%*
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Fee$3

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  • Accepts simultaneous submissions

    What's that?

    When you can submit your work to multiple magazines at the same time

  • Accepts previously published

    What's that?

    When the magazine wants to publish your previously published work. Requirements vary

  • Nominates for prizes

  • Active on social media

  • Available in print

  • Provides contributor copies

  • Has examples online

  • Offers expedited response

    What's that?

    Expedited submission: When the magazine offers a faster response time for an extra fee

Fiction - 8000 words max

Max words: 8000

Max pieces: 1

Sub Genres: Fantasy, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Magical Realism, Science Fiction, Speculative

Submission fee: $ 3

We welcome work that is genre-less and the traditional genres some magazines shun—yes, that means we want more speculative fiction! We don’t believe in the divide between literary and genre fiction. We want to read your science fiction, fantasy, magical realism, ecofabulism, irrealism and slipstream.

Fiction - 1000 words max

Max words: 1000

Max pieces: 3

Sub Genres: Fantasy, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Magical Realism, Science Fiction, Speculative

Submission fee: $ 3

Nonfiction - 8000 words max

Max words: 8000

Max pieces: 1

Submission fee: $ 3

CNF

Nonfiction - 1000 words max

Max words: 1000

Max pieces: 3

Submission fee: $ 3

Poetry

Max pieces: 5

Submission fee: $ 3

Translation

Max words: 8000

Submission fee: $ 3

Hunger Mountain accepts translations of fiction, literary nonfiction, plays, poetry and works that fall somewhere in between. We are interested in publishing translated works that do not fit neatly into established categories. Upon acceptance, we will ask translators to prepare a translator’s note (of less than 1000 words) that contextualizes the work and discusses the translation process. This can also come in the form of a discussion between author and translator. At that time we also encourage you to send (if possible) a one minute recording of a portion of the piece in its original language to give readers an idea of the sound of the work. To be considered for publication, translation submissions must include: · The translation in a standard format other than PDF—we would like to be able to copy & paste the work. · Short biographies (50-100 words) of both the author and the translator. · All relevant rights and permissions for publication of the text and the translation from the author and/or rightsholder(s). A copy of the email from the author or publisher is usually sufficient. Submissions without all three of these components will not be considered for publication. Please follow genre requirements above, including collating your entire submission in a single document and including your name, the work’s title, and the fact that it is a translation in the file name (i.e. name_title_translation).

How to submit

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  • Eligibility

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  • Additional info

    Hunger Mountain Review seeks to provide a platform for traditionally silenced voices, to expand representation in literature and to examine culture with a critical eye. We pursue this mission through the work we both solicit and select from submissions. Writing submitted to us will be thoroughly and open-heartedly read by at least two members of our community, and unlike many literary journals we reserve roughly 50% of each issue for unsolicited work. Current students and faculty in the MFA in Writing Program cannot submit to the magazine. Alumnx must wait two years after the date of graduation to submit.

Tracker statistics

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Total submissions tracked

55 days

Average response time

2.38%

Average acceptance rate

1 days

Fastest response time

162 days

Slowest response time

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