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Edited By: Charles Henderson

Online ISSN: 1939-3881

Author Guidelines

We appreciate your interest in writing for CrossCurrents. We read all unsolicited nonfiction essays, poetry, and fiction submissions; we do not review unsolicited book reviews. We will return submissions that are accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope, and have not been simultaneously submitted elsewhere. We will consider both emailed and typed submissions. The author's name and address should appear on each page of the manuscript. We suggest you read some past issues of the magazine to get a sense of our style and subject matter before submitting. The editors of CrossCurrents try to respond to all submissions within four to eight weeks. Please be aware that manuscripts unaccompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope will receive no reply.

Please mail or email all submissions to:

Charles Henderson(
Executive Editor
50 Morningside Drive, #23,
New York, NY 10025

CrossCurrents is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal.

Author Services

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