SER is always looking for innovative, original black and white images for our covers, especially work that represent the southeastern region of the United States. We will also consider submissions of art in any medium to feature within each print issue and in our online companion. Right now, we are especially interested in cartoons, comics, and graphic art.
The Southeast Review, established in 1979 as Sundog, is the literary magazine housed at Florida State University—recently named by The Atlantic as one of the nation’s top graduate-level creative writing programs. Edited and managed by graduate students in the FSU Creative Writing Program and a faculty consulting editor, the mission of TheSER is to present emerging writers on the same stage as well-established ones.
requirement of submitting images
Please query the art editor at firstname.lastname@example.org before sending a sample of your work.