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Peauxdunque Review

Literary Magazine


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Whether your podunk is a small town in Alabama, middle-of-nowhere-Indiana, a working-class block of slab-houses in New Orleans East, piney-wooded East Texas, a Tennessee hill or holler, or an Atlanta apartment house, send us your expression to the world. We will respect your worlds and your words.

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Fiction - 7500 words max

Max words: 7500

Sub Genres: Literary

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Fiction - 750 words max

Max words: 750

Sub Genres: Literary

Nonfiction - 7500 words max

Max words: 7500

Submission fee: $ 3


Max pieces: 3

Submission fee: $ 3


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  • Formatting

    Stories should be typed in Times New Roman, 12-point font, and double-spaced.

  • Author's rights

    Authors selected for publication by the Peauxdunque Review agree to grant first worldwide serial rights to Peauxdunque Review, but retain the copyright to their work. Peauxdunque Review asks that any subsequent publication of the accepted work acknowledge Peauxdunque Review as the journal of first publication. Peauxdunque Review publishes two print issues each year, and maintains a digital archive for access by premium-level subscribers.

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The Peauxdunque Writers Alliance was formed in an alley in the French Quarter in 2007 by a multi-genre group of writers: poets, fiction writers, essayists, songwriters, filmmakers, word-tinkerers of all sorts. We each came from our individual podunks, places that may be unassuming and unknown to the...

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    Editor Larry Wormington avatar

    Larry Wormington


    Editor Tad Bartlett avatar

    Tad Bartlett

    Managing Editor

    Editor April Blevins Pejic avatar

    April Blevins Pejic

    Nonfiction Editor

    Editor Emily Choate avatar

    Emily Choate

    Fiction Editor

    Editor Christopher Romaguera avatar

    Christopher Romaguera

    Poetry Editor

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    J.Ed Marston

    Features Editor