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2 Bridges Review
kfalvey@citytech.cuny.edu
  • Type of organization
    magazine
  • Phone
    (718) 260-5392
  • Web address
  • Social media platforms used
    Facebook
  • Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
    The celebrated East River Bridges (Two Bridges) -- the Brooklyn and the Manhattan -- connect downtown Brooklyn with downtown Manhattan. Between these bridges a community of writers and artists has found a home in the former warehouses and factories of New York’s most literary outer borough. Like the artists who make it, the art that lives in these narrow streets goes on its nerve, and 2 Bridges Review aims to include such daring work in its pages. We fill each issue with a distinctive, eclectic assortment of work by both unknown & established writers and artists, each piece daring in its own idiosyncratic way.
  • Is your group affiliated with a University, portal or other agency?
    yes
  • If Yes, please name
    New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York
  • Primary editor/Contact person
    Kate Falvey
  • Contact title
    associate professor/editor- in- chief
  • Focus
    We are a print annual with a commitment to publishing established writers along with newcomers and talented young people.
  • Submissions policy
    We use Submittable, with standard word and length limits: Poetry: Submit three to five previously unpublished poems in one word document file (.doc). Long poems are ok. Separate poems clearly by titles. Prose: Submit up to 5,000 words. Novel excerpts are ok as long as they can stand alone. Artwork and Photography: Submit black and white files - 150 dpi (minimum) - 300 dpi (ideal).
  • Accepts unsolicited submissions?
    Yes
  • CLMP Member?
    yes

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