Tahoma Literary Review

a journal of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

Issue 14 is live

New, compelling stories, essays, and poetry

Tahoma Literary Review's 14th issue has stories and poems you will want to share, by people you will want to meet. The twenty-five writers who contributed the work in our spring issue are listening up and asking us to do the same.

These pages hold important voices exploring everything from hubris and anger to regret and joy. You'll go around the world and meet characters you'll never forget.

Contributions from Jessica Barksdale, Bruce Ducker, Ta'riq Fisher, Matthew Fitch, Eleanor Stern, Hannah van Didden, Jenna-Marie Warnecke, Margot Douaihy, AnnElise Hatjakes, José Enrique Medina, Charlie Brown,, Dionne Custer Edwards, Meredith Doench, Mary Birnbaum, Bill Capossere, Tyler Dunning, Roy Bentley, Steven Duong, Farnaz Fatemi, Rachel Ronquillo Gray, Faylita Hicks, Daniel Lassell, Katherine Lo, Daniel Lusk, and Sara Henning.

For those wanting to submit, we open again in May. Thank you for reading! 

Our Values: Community

Our family of contributors has made us what we are today. Every one of their successes is cause for celebration. Look for updated news of our contributors on our blog, in our social feeds, and in special features.

Our Values: Diversity

We believe diversity means richness in culture. We are committed to publishing voices that represent the breadth of our society.

Our Values: Sustainability

We want writers to go on writing. So we pay the writer. And to keep the overall body of work fresh, we’ll never solicit: 100% of our work is from the open queue. Finally, to keep your work moving ahead, we provide feedback, if requested, in our prose departments.