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CURRENT CALLS: Thank you for your interest in publishing with Hawaiʻi Review! We are currently only OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS for the following calls: THE IAN MACMILLAN WRITING AWARDS  We are thrilled to announce the 6th annual Ian MacMillan Writing Awards featuring Poetry, Fiction, and Creative Non-Fiction categories! Established in 2010, the Ian MacMillan Writing Awards honor Prof. Ian MacMillan, a long-term and much admired and respected faculty member, who taught in the UHM English Department's Creative Writing Program starting in 1966. MacMillan inspired countless students and writers during his 43 years of teaching. He authored seven novels and four short story collections, made over a hundred appearances in literary and commercial magazines, and won major awards for his short fiction including The Associated Writing Programs Award, The O. Henry Award, Pushcart Prize, and a Best American Short Stories Award. He received the 1992 Hawai‘i Award for Literature, and his novel Village of a Million Spirits won the 2000 PEN-USA-West Award for Fiction. Other novels include The Braid, and The Seven Orchids. Both books are set in Hawai‘i. He won an excellence-in-teaching award in 2005 and the University's Distinguished Mentoring Award in 2006.  This year's competition will be judged by Emelihter Kihleng (Poetry), Paul Lyons (Fiction), and kuʻualoha hoʻomanawanui (Creative Non-Fiction). Mahalo to our wonderful judges for their participation! The competition is open to both members of the University of Hawaiʻi system (students, faculty, or staff) and members of the larger literary community. Non-University of Hawaiʻi system members are required to purchase a Hawaiʻi Review issue published between 2010 and the present to enter. Please refer to our category guidelines below for submission information and judges’ bios.  THE UHM STUDENT(S) OF THE MONTH seeks stellar literary and visual art from students at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa for publication on the Hawaiʻi Review website.  REVIEWS is not interested in boring, stuffy reviews. Instead, we are interested in redefining, experimenting with, and pushing the complicated genre of “the review.” See the full call below for details. RIGHTS: Hawaiʻi Review requires FIRST NORTH AMERICAN SERIAL RIGHTS to all published submissions as well as the right to archive the work on Hawaiʻi Review's website for promotional purposes, or to represent the publication. Contributors to Hawaiʻi Review agree to allow their work to be published in the journal’s DIGITAL FORMATS, including but not limited to tablet, eBook, or iBook formats. SIMULTANEOUS SUBMISSIONS: Hawaiʻi Review accepts simultaneous submissions, but submitters must notify Hawaiʻi Review immediately if their work is accepted elsewhere for publication. TIPS AND NOTES FROM OUR EDITORS: Do NOT make a typo in your first paragraph (if at all); We DO like to feature writing and authors with ties to Hawai‘i and the Pacific, but we value quality above all else. DO submit only previously unpublished works. To better conceptualize the type and caliber of prose Hawai‘i Review publishes, please consider reviewing previous volumes of the journal. DO read and follow our rules and guidelines – or your submissions will be rejected posthaste. See our genre-specific submission guidelines below for more information. Submissions that do not adhere to the following guidelines will not be considered for publication. Please note that we receive a significant number of submissions. We are most likely not in a position to offer comments on your work.

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