RHINO is a respected and established print and online journal that predominately publishes poetry. They do accept flash fiction, flash nonfiction, and translations.
They are only interested in publishing poetry at this time. Please check back to see when they’re accepting other forms of work.
The journal releases a print version once a year. Anything published in the print version is also published online.
In the words of the editors:
“We welcome all styles of poems, particularly those that are well-crafted, passionate, and original. We appreciate work that is deeply engaged with lived experience, uses language lovingly and surprisingly, and feels explicitly daring or quietly powerful.”
RHINO publishes emerging and established poets from around the world and read for unpublished poems, translations, and flash fiction/nonfiction.
How to Submit to RHINO
Want to submit?
Here’s what they are looking for:
- Poets can submit three to five poems at a time.
- Flash fiction authors can submit three to five flash fiction pieces at a time as long as they are under 500 words long.
- All submissions of poetry and prose should not exceed five pages.
You have until July 31, 2020, to submit. Please also note that they only accept a specific number of submissions per month, so you may have to wait until the start of the next month to submit your work.
RHINO wants you to submit your poetry and prose online only and preferably through Submittable.
The journal accepts simultaneous submissions but asks authors to note which pieces have been submitted elsewhere. Please withdraw if accepted anywhere else.
You can read their full guidelines here.
As always, good luck to those who decide to submit!
If you do get accepted, please let me know! I want to read your work.
Stay safe, everyone.
Until next time.