Sand Hills Literary Magazine
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
Since 1973, Sand Hills has been committed to publishing the highest quality of student creative writing and visual art—including work by graduates Louise Shivers and Judith Ortiz Cofer. Named for a 19th century rural Augusta suburb, where the Summerville campus of Georgia Regents University now stands, Sand Hills has a tradition of honoring and preserving history and place through art, as well as to breaking new ground. And, as Blaney Prigden wrote in his preface to the first issue, “our title . . . alludes to a place of transition between related areas.”
DISCLAIMER: Failure to adhere to the guidelines can result in disqualification.
The deadline to submit your work is December 15, 2014.
All submissions are read blind. A $200 prize will be awarded for the best poem, prose piece, and work of art.