Type Of Organization
Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
The mission statement for the Louisville Review is to import the best writing to our readers, to juxtapose the work of established writers with new writers on a national level. Our editorial focus is primarily on poetry and fiction, and we also have a feature called Cornerstone, for poetry by students K-12. Each poem and story submitted to The Louisville Review is judged entirely on its own merit, whether the author is already well-known or previously unpublished. We also occasionally run national contests with entry fees and cash prizes; it supports the Fleur-de-Lis book press for first time book authors whose work has previously appeared in TLR.

Social Media Platforms Used
Facebook, Twitter @TheLouRev
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Primary Editor/Contact Person
Amy Foos Kapoor
Contact Title
Managing Editor
Submissions Policy
The Louisville Review accepts submissions for poetry and fiction. We also accept poetry by students K-12 for Cornerstone. We do not accept simultaneous submissions. Response time is 2-4 months. All work must be previously unpublished. All submissions are considered based on quality of writing above all else.
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Year Founded