Original Voices. New Insights.
Submissions are invited for
Griffith REVIEW 49: New AsiaCo-edited by Julianne Schultz and Jane Camens.
Featuring the best young writers in Asia today through fiction, essays, reportage, memoir, poetry and more.
Submission deadline is 6 February 2015. Early submissions are encouraged!
Download full brochure with guidelines here.
About the edition
Griffith REVIEW 49: New Asia will engage with contemporary Asian conversations, issues from our region, including identity, belonging, politics, economics, environment, culture and much more. New Asia seeks to identify the region’s new generation of writers who will be the agenda setters and chroniclers of the future, introducing them to readers beyond their national borders. New Asia will be published in association with Asia Literary Review.
Submissions are invited from Asian* writers born in or after 1970. We define Australia as part of Asia. Contributors to this issue are likely to have an impressive publishing record. Submissions must be in English. We accept and encourage quality translations in English from Asian languages. Some work may appear in the online edition in other language.
* We define Asia as the region between Pakistan in the west and the Philippines in the east, from Japan in the north to (and including) Australia in the south. Contributors need not necessarily be resident in Asia.
Who to contact
Send your submission, including information about your publishing record, to the editorial team via email to email@example.com.
Deadline for submissions is 6 February 2015. Early submissions are encouraged! The editors’ decisions will be final and not subject to appeal. For further information, download the ‘Writers’ Guidelines‘ document.
Julianne Schultz, founding editor of Griffith REVIEW
Jane Camens, founder and Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Writers’ & Translators’ Association (AP Writers)
Sally Breen, fiction editor at Griffith REVIEW
Martin Alexander, Editor-in-Chief of Asia Literary Review
About Griffith REVIEW
Griffith REVIEW is a highly regarded quarterly publication featuring essays, reportage, memoir, fiction, poetry and artwork from established and emerging writers and artists. Each edition is developed around a contemporary theme designed to foster and inform public debate and to provide a bridge between the expertise of specialists and the curiosity of readers. Griffith REVIEW aims is to provide the opportunity for established and emerging writers, thinkers and artists to tease out complexity and contradiction and propose new ways of thinking and seeing.
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
This project is supported by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia China-Council of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Griffith REVIEW 49: New Asia is supported by the Commonwealth through the Australia-Indonesia Institute of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade