Thank you for your interest in sharing work with Underscore Review.  We are currently open for submissions!  Scroll down to view all of our options.

Underscore Review accepts submissions from artists between ages of 14 and 21.

We will also choose a Youth Artist of the Month as part of our online journal issue. Our Youth Artist of the Month feature will include the artist’s photo, bio and literary or visual art work showcased beneath the ‘Featured Artist’ tab of our website. Artists who submit work will be contacted within 60 days of their submission. Please be patient as we sort through the piles of amazing work you will be sending us.

Have questions? Reach out on our contact page!

Submission Guidelines

  • Must be under 21 years of age
  • Simultaneous submissions are allowed
  • If a submission is accepted elsewhere prior to Underscore Review’s publication, you must notify Underscore Review immediately
  • All submissions will be considered for  the Young Artist Feature
  • Artists are allowed to submit 2 to 3 pieces per submission period
  • Short Story and Prose pieces should be 8 pages or less. 

Thank you for your interest in sharing work with Underscore Review.  We are currently open for submissions!  The Support the Youth Submission option is an opportunity for you to financially support our journal while having your work considered for publication.  If you are unable to financially support the journal, but still wish to submit your work, please go back to a different submission option.  All donations collected through this option will go towards the sustainability of this journal, website, submittable, and the youth who make this possible.  We thank you in advance.

Underscore Review primarily accepts submissions from artists between ages of 14 and 21.  Artists over 21 are able to submit here as well, or for free in our Adult Submissions Option. 

Upload up to three files in any category (visual art/photography, audio, poetry, prose, or video media).

You'll also be asked to submit a short bio, and a photo. The photo doesn't have to be of you, but something that represents you and that you would like to be displayed with your submission.