Our reading period for the 2018 issue has ended. Our thanks to all the incredible authors who shared their work with us. Final selections will be made over the next several weeks and notifications will follow. Our faculty and student editors look forward to publishing this year’s issue!
Our submission window for the XXII volume of the Clackamas Literary Review is now open! We can’t wait to read new work from the remarkable poets and writers who trust us with their words.
Check out our submissions page for guidelines.
Publishing is a collaborative effort: authors, editors, and book designers working together to connect readers with profound literary experiences. Building such a thriving publishing community is our top priority here at the CLR. To this end, our fabulous student editors have done some great work updating our website with a new resource listing, including interviews with our authors, local and national book award contests, and writing and publishing opportunities at CCC. We’ll update this listing throughout the year, so do check back often.
And get ready for our 2018 submission window, opening soon!
The Clackamas Literary Review hosted a reading at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City, Oregon this week! It was a great success! Thank you Paulann Petersen, John Sibley Williams, Joe Ballard, Nick Conrad, and Miranda Schmidt for helping to make this evening memorable!
Books have arrived. And they’re gorgeous! Contributor copies in the mail soon!
From all of us at the CLR, thanks to all of the amazing authors who trust us with their words.
Our reading period for the 2017 issue has ended. We want to thank everyone who shared their work with us. Final selections are being made and notifications are coming soon. Our faculty and student editors look forward to publishing this year’s anniversary issue. Thank you for making this possible!