The Southern Pacific Review features the “Latin America’s Best Writing.” Written in the style of “The New Yorker” and “Granta” magazines, we publish and pay for the best possible fiction, poetry, reporting, essays, and criticism. While based in Santiago, Chile, we accept material from writers around the globe.
We welcome unsolicited submissions from writers located in any country. Simultaneous submissions are OK, but please inform us if someone else publishes your submission. Rights revert to author after publication.
Topics we publish include:
reporting on Latin America
Payment is $25 USD. Please send inquiries or completed works to email@example.com .
Julia Hones is our poetry editor. Julia has an incurable addiction to literature and writing and an endless love affair with words.
Her work has appeared and is forthcoming in literary journals and anthologies, both in print and online. You can visit her blog for more details:
She blogs about life, writing, literature and art. Some of the poets she loves reading are Jorge Luis Borges, Philip Larkin, Alfonsina Storni, Gabriela Mistral, Wallace Stevens, Rainer Marie Rilke, Mary Oliver and many others.
|Chris Miller is our fiction editor. His fiction has appeared in The Barcelona Review, Confrontation Magazine, COSMOS and many other print and web based, genre and literary magazines and anthologies. His proudest writing achievements include an angry, personal rejection from Glimmer Train, losing a Chizine competition’s 3rd place tie-breaker under the auspices of Peter Straub, and having once been banned from a professional writer’s workshop for posting “porn.”|
||Josefa Ortiz Oberg is one of our writers, researchers, and copy editors based in Chile.|
|Robert Joe Stout has written about Mexico for a variety of publications, including America, The American Scholar and Notre Dame Magazine. He lives in Oaxaca, has served on human rights delegations there and traveled extensively throughout the country. His most recent book, Why Immigrants Come to America: Braceros, Indocumentados and the Migra, came out in 2008 from Praeger.|
||Rick Segreda is a filmmaker and film critic for the Ecuadorian daily, La Hora. He also teaches filmmaking at the Instituto de Artes Visuales de Quito. He grew up in New York, and has both American and Ecuadorian citizenship and he drinks too much coffee.|
||Walker Rowe is our publisher and editor. You can find his three books on Amazon.com. He lives in Santiago, Chile.|
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Walker Rowe, Publisher