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Checks can be payable to New Letters and mailed to our offices:
Attn: Order Department
5101 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, MO 64110
Individual $28.00 $40.00 $75.00
Library / Institution $36.00 $58.00 $144.00
These prices include cost of second-class mailing (surface rate). The currency required is U.S. dollars. Our minimum ordering period is one year. Our ISSN number is 0146-4930.
Foreign subscribers, including Canada: Please add $20.00 to each subscription order. Agencies: 20-percent discount.
New Letters is an international quarterly journal of essays, fiction, poetry, interviews, art and much more, published by the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Our editor-in-chief is Robert Stewart. Our administrative director and subscription coordinator (agency contact) is Katie Taylor.
New Letters will continue to bring its readers the most exciting new writing and art available.
The index for each volume is bound in the summer (fourth/last) issue of that volume. For complete archival information, use the Back Issues link found to the left on the menu bar or the search box found at the top of this page.
Subscribers, please notify New Letters if your address changes during the subscription period. To notify us of a change of address you may call Katie Taylor at (816) 235-1168 or email her at TaylorKath@umkc.edu.
We will fill claims for issues in the current volume and the two previous volumes. Claims for issues prior to that will be invoiced at the back-issue price (less the 20-percent agency discount if the claim is filed through an agency). For back issue prices, please call (816) 235-1168.
Issues of New Letters are available to bookstores by ordering through our distributor:
Ingram Periodicals, Inc.
18 Ingram Blvd.
La Vergne, TN 37086
Tel: (800) 627-6247
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New Letters has been called “one of the best literary magazines in the entire world” by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Peter Viereck, making “a serious contribution to culture across the nation,” according to National Public Radio critic Alan Cheuse. Respected for its long tradition of high quality, New Letters is a favorite of writers, critics, Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winning authors, such as Richard Rhodes and Lisel Mueller. Its standards of literary excellence are evident through the fiction, poetry, artwork, essays and interviews in each quarterly issue. Writing from New Letters frequently appears in The Pushcart Prizes, Best American Fiction, O. Henry Prize Stories, and many other prize anthologies.
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New Letters is a quarterly journal with distinctive, artistic covers and a global circulation to discriminating readers. It is distributed by Ingram Periodicals and B. DeBoer to quality bookstores, and via mailed subscriptions. The general, single-copy cover price is $8.00 (USA), with one-year ($28.00), two-year ($40.00) and five-year ($75.00) subscriptions available.
These dates can vary, so check with our office.
for fall issue (November) September 15
winter issue (February) December 15
spring issue (May) March 15
summer issue (August) June 15
Specifications — New Letters is printed with a 6-inches-x-9-inches trim size, perfect binding and quality paper, a photo-offset process, with 130-line screen. For best results, please supply 300-dpi ads, in tagged image file format (.tif) or portable document format (.pdf) with fonts and images embedded. Ads generally are in black and white.
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