Cooper Street, a publication sponsored by the Rutgers University-Camden MFA program’s student organization, invites literary submissions for its inaugural issue to be published online later this year. The magazine seeks original, unpublished works of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction that possess a feeling of urgency. We’re interested in issues of labor, class, and city life. In truth, we’re interested in lots of things, so try us. While we’re open to writing by anyone, including international writers, we’re especially interested in reading work produced by writers living in the Philadelphia area, New Jersey, and the Northeast.
Please send submissions to:
RU(DOT)cooperstreet(AT)gmail(DOT)com (Change (DOT) to . and (AT) to @ )
by March 30 with the author’s last name and genre in the subject of the email.
Fiction: Send either one story of no more than 5,000 words (although stories of 3,000 words or less are especially welcome) or send up to three flash fiction pieces of no more than 600 words each.
Poetry: Send three to five poems as a single attachment, one poem per page.
Nonfiction: Send one piece of no more than 5,000 words (although shorter submissions are also encouraged).