Due to circumstances related to the Coronavirus, we need to push back the release of Issue 24 to the Fall of 2020. Our hope is to have it up by the beginning of September. We sincerely apologize for the delay.
The deadline for submissions for Issue #24 has been extended to March 15th. Undergraduates–submit your best poetry and prose for consideration. Remember, we’re a paying market! (see Submission Guidelines for details).
Undergraduate writers: The Blue Route is again open for submissions. After reading the submission guidelines, please feel free to send us your best poetry and prose for consideration. The submission period for Issue #24 is January 1-March 1, 2020.
Widener University, home of The Blue Route, is hosting this year’s Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors Conference (FUSE), which will be held November 7th-9th, 2019. If you work on a campus publication, you should take a look at the call for proposals (which is in the link below). All kinds of great things are planned–a story slam keynote presentation and workshop, student and faculty panel presentations and discussions, a journal showcase, an open mic, and even a few “unconference” sessions that will give attendees a chance to set part of the agenda for the conference when they arrive. Hope to see you this fall!
The Blue Route is open again for submissions. The deadline for Issue #23 is October 1, 2019. Please see the submission guidelines for details.
The Blue Route will be accepting submissions for Issue #15 from August 1-October 1. Undergraduates, please send us your best fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry during that window. For more information, see our submission guidelines.
The Blue Route is now reading for Issue #13. After carefully reading our revised submission guidelines, send us your very best poetry, fiction, and nonfiction for consideration. Please note that we are now paying contributors 25 dollars for their work!
The Blue Route will be open again for submissions on Monday, September 8th. Please check back soon for our revised submission guidelines, as well as for news about increased payment for contributors!
Issue #12 is now live, featuring fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry by undergraduate students from Ball State University, Central Michigan University, Hartwick College, Lehigh University, University of California Irvine, University of Connecticut, and Ursinus College. We’ll be open again for submissions on Sept. 8.
We plan to go live with the new issue in about a week or so. Thanks for your patience!