Submissions.

Submissions for the World Unknown Review Volume IV (2017) are now officially CLOSED! A big, hearty thank yo to all who submitted; you should be hearing back from us soon once we’ve made our final decisions. Submissions for Volume V will officially open January 1st, 2018. See you then!

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  1. […] World Unknown Review: World Unknown Review has a strong focus on independent authors, but anyone is welcome to submit. The guidelines are pretty lax. There is no word count limit, but the more moderate in size the story is, the better chance it has for publication. Everyone who is selected to be featured in the publication will receive three copies and $15. The deadline is October 31st, 2014. […]

  2. […] The biggest, most exciting one is releasing the second volume of WORLD UNKNOWN REVIEW in December. I started this project last year, and I’m so thrilled to see where it goes. It’s my very own literary journals, and we’ll accepting submissions until October 31st. So if you have a story, please send it! I’ll even pay you a whole fifteen bucks! That’s, like, two Starbucks coffees or something. Last year, I had the honor of publishing a story called “Culaqan” by a certain person conducting a certain interview right now, and it’s still one of my favorites. It’s an awesome project that I hope serves its purpose of bringing writers together and spreading their words all over the place, because that’s one of the things I love most about the writing world today. If you’re interested, you can check out the guidelines at https://lsengler.com/submissions […]

    • I’ll admit that I haven’t given this much thought. Basically, rights revert back to the author immediatly after publication. We ask that you not publish the story with someone else between acceptance and publication just put of respect and to avoid complications with eligibility with other publications. If we wish to reuse your story in any fashion, you will be consulted and asked.

  3. […] when you have to wait four months to finally see it in print (which is why I like to publish the World Unknown Review within a few months of sending out acceptance letters). I understand it takes time to edit and put […]

  4. […] Last year, I received over a hundred stories from fifteen different countries, and the final product represented five of them. I’d love to see what this year will bring. So if anyone’s got some stories and they’d like to be a part of this hopefully steadily growing tradition, I hope they send them my way for consideration. You can find more about the journal and the submission process at https://lsengler.com/submissions […]

  5. […] I’m a bit late on getting the next Featured Story up and ready to go, but hopefully I’ll get that pull off in the next few days. In the meantime, hop over and enjoy Max D. Stanton‘s The Hero of Madgeburg” for free while you still can! And speaking of World Unknown Review stuff, there are 84 days left until the deadline for Volume IV, so get those submissions in soon! […]

  6. […] I’m a bit late on getting the next Featured Story up and ready to go, but hopefully I’ll get that pull off in the next few days. In the meantime, hop over and enjoy Max D. Stanton‘s The Hero of Madgeburg” for free while you still can! And speaking of World Unknown Review stuff, there are 84 days left until the deadline for Volume IV, so get those submissions in soon! […]

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