Swedish Book Review (UK/Sweden)
Posted by Alistair Scott on August 20, 2010
Type: Bi-annual magazine
Website?: Yes click here
Address: Swedish Book Review, 85 Ediva Road, Meopham, Kent, DA13 0ND, UK
Contact: Sarah Death, Editor
Description: The house journal of SELTA, the UK-based Swedish-English Literary Translators’ Association. The review publishes two main issues and a supplement every year. The main aim is to present Swedish literature to the English-speaking world. It is a non-academic journal, and discourage footnotes in submissions. Accepts submissions from both members and non-members and will consider topical articles in English about Swedish and Finland-Swedish writers, or English translations of their work. Also gives some coverage of older Swedish literature, and to non-fiction. Submissions should be previously unpublished.
Considers: Articles / reviews
Does not accept:
Paying?: GBP40 per 1’000 words.
Online guidelines?: Yes click here
- Submitting Experimental Fiction to Magazines (teachstreet.com)
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