Rivanna Review is a new print journal published four times a year in Charlottesville, Virginia, on the Rivanna River. The content is general interest—stories, essays, and book reviews, for your reading pleasure. The format is 8.5" x 11", black and white, stapled.
The single issue price is $8.00, and a one-year subscription is $32.00, within the United States. International prices are $12.00 and $48.00. Please send a check with your name and mailing address to: Rivanna Review, 807 Montrose Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22902.
Rivanna Review also has a cable television program on CPA-TV, of excerpts read aloud with illustrations. For a schedule and link to livestream, visit https://www.charlottesville.gov/195/CPA-TV
You can also view on Comcast Cable channel 13, or on demand at Vimeo.
Robert Boucheron grew up in Syracuse and Schenectady, New York. His academic degrees are from Harvard University, B. A. in English, and Yale University, M. Arch. For nine years he lived in New York City. Since 1987 he has lived in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he practiced architecture to 2016. His short stories and essays on literature and architecture appear in Alabama Literary Review, Bellingham Review, The Concrete Desert Review, Fiction International, Louisville Review, New Haven Review, Saturday Evening Post.
500 to 3000 words
Attention to metaphors, dialogue, psychology, plausibility
500 to 3000 words
Arts, biography, culture, history, literature, science, travel
500 to 750 words
Attention to small press books, fiction and nonfiction
Manuscript Style Guide
Standard American usage and punctuation
Clear typeface, 12-point, double-space
Header with title and page numbers
Your name, address, and word count on page 1
Microsoft Word document
Black and white photographs, line drawings, photographs of sculpture
Please attach to an email to email@example.com
Payment is by US bank check on publication: $100 per story or essay, $50 per book review, $100 for 4 photographs or drawings.
Rivanna Review acquires a one-time right to publish and air an excerpt on cable TV. The writer or artist retains all other rights.