Welcome to the Lascaux Review Submission Portal. Please choose one of the following. If you have any problems write to Steve at lascauxreview at gmail dot com.
Choose Submit to The Lascaux Review to have your story, poems (up to five), or creative nonfiction considered for publication in the online journal. Poems should be pasted into a single document. Payment is $100.
Choose Lascaux Prize in Collected Poetry to enter a poetry collection in the $1000 collected poetry contest.
Choose Lascaux Prize in Flash Fiction to enter up to three stories in the $1000 flash fiction contest.
Sign up for our irregular newsletter and be informed of upcoming contests. You can opt out anytime with the click of a button.
Should I leave my name off the submission?
That's up to you. It doesn't make any difference to us.
How long does it take to hear back from a regular submission?
We try to keep the response time under one month.
Where do you post contest winners?
You'll be notified one way or another via email; make sure Submittable is on your safe list. Winners and finalists are announced at lascauxreview.com/contest-results and elsewhere.
How long does it take?
That's a little trickier. Since all readers are volunteers, the job gets done when it gets done. Our goal is to wrap things up within three months of the closing date of a contest.
When submitting multiple poems or flash pieces, always present your best stuff first.
Two copies of the anthology will be supplied to every writer appearing in it. Entry fee is $10. Writers may enter more than once. All genres and styles are welcome. If submitting more than one story, please paste them into a single document.
Contest participants receive free downloads of the prize anthologies published to date. Instructions are provided in the submission confirmation.
Deadline for entries is 31 March. For more information, or to report a problem, write to Steve at lascauxreview at gmail dot com.
Entry fees are dedicated entirely to prize money and operating expenses. Editors, judges, and other staff at The Lascaux Review and its sister sites are unpaid volunteers.