Chicago Quarterly Review
Chicago Quarterly Review was founded in 1995 in order to publish both emerging and established writers and, by doing so, encourage them in the development of their craft. By publishing the finest short stories, poems, photographs, and essays we hope to provide readers with work that stimulates, entertains, and inspires. We want well-written stories that reflect an appreciation for the rhythm and music of language, work that shows passion and commitment to the art of writing. The writer’s voice ought to be clear and unique and should explain something of what it means to be human.