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Longleaf Review was inspired by Zora Neale Hurston’s work for the WPA collecting folklore in the turpentine camps of Florida during the 1930s. The men and women working and living in the longleaf pine forests were often overworked and overlooked in society, yet they each had stories to tell and songs to sing that reflected and affirmed the joys, sorrows, and in-betweens of their humanity. From the speculative to the literary, Longleaf Review is committed to publishing inclusive fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and image-text hybrid forms that encapsulate all it means to be human, with a particular interest in outsider perspectives that force us to look at the everyday in new and inspiring ways.
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Editor in chief
Submissions are free and may be sent using our submissions forms, available at longleafreview.com/submissions. During this biannual pilot, writers may send poetry, prose, and hybrid forms to us from February 1-28 (unthemed submissions) and from August 1-31 (themed submissions); during our quarterly publication timeline, submissions have been welcome in periods of ten days in February, May, August, and November.
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