Cooper Street Open for Submissions

Cooper Street, a literary magazine run by MFA students at Rutgers-Camden, is currently looking for fiction, non-fiction and poetry for its fourth issue, slated for January publication.

Priority deadline was Friday, November 27th, but submissions are still being accepted.

Cooper Street is primarily interested in stories surrounding cities and/or urban issues, particularly those set in the Northeast. But will consider all subjects and genres if the work is interesting and strong.

Additional Guidelines:

  • Fiction: Send either one story of no more than 5,000 words (although stories of 3,000 words or less are especially welcome) or send up to three flash fiction peices of no more than 600 words each.
  • Non-Fiction: Send one piece of no more than 5,000 words. Shorter pieces are also very welcome.
  • Poetry: Send three to five poems as a single attachment, one poem per page.

All interested writers are welcome. Please send work as Word documents (.doc or docx) via email to using the following format for the subject: “Last Name – Genre.”

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