Apparently, the Eunoia Review has been around for almost a decade, publishing fine work (both poetry and prose) on a daily basis. I don’t know how it is that I never heard of them until a couple of weeks ago, when I spotted their listing in another poet’s credits and decided to check them out.
And am I glad I did! I almost couldn’t stop reading long enough to consider submitting.
Submission guidelines from Editor Ian Chung are clear and simple and promise the fastest response time I have ever encountered: (“We aim to respond to all submissions within 24 hours.”)
I sent them a short prose piece and received an overnight ACCEPTANCE! Rehearsal will likely appear sometime later this month. I’ll keep you posted.
Big thanks to Editor Ian Chung for all the great work and for accepting my work.
Oh. And in case you were wondering about the name:
Wikipedia Says: In rhetoric, eunoia is the goodwill a speaker cultivates between himself/herself and his/her audience, a condition of receptivity. It comes from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning “well mind” or “beautiful thinking”.
(I’ll post a link to Rehearsal when it’s available)