Tahoma Literary Review

a journal of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry

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Stephen Lackaye is Issue 10's Guest Assistant Poetry Editor

Stephen Lackaye is Issue 10's Guest Assistant Poetry Editor

This inauguration Friday may seem like an odd time to make a happy announcement. Much of the nation is in an appropriately somber mood, worried abo...
William Woolfitt’s "What the Beech Tree Knows" is a Best Small Fictions Winner

William Woolfitt’s "What the Beech Tree Knows" is a Best Small Fictions Winner

Congratulations to William Woolfitt, whose “What the Beech Tree Knows,” first published in Tahoma Literary Review, has been named one of 55 winners...
Stefen Styrsky Joins the TLR Masthead

Stefen Styrsky Joins the TLR Masthead

While Stefen Styrsky might be new to the editing side of a journal, his is association with the Tahoma Literary Review goes back to the magazine's ...

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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.