Now accepting books for review.
Fiction, creative nonfiction, literary fiction, poetry, experimental
Our editors are especially interested in reviewing new books published by independent and university presses. We also have a soft spot for books written by writers in Appalachia and the American South or those who are deeply rooted in those places. However, we’re also very open to reviewing great literature from Brooklyn, London, San Francisco, or wherever else great English-language writing is done. We aim to build community and encourage submissions from writers from underrepresented or marginalized communities.
The book reviews section of each issue will feature:
- A conversation between two writers, focusing on a newly published book.
- A writer’s exploration of the writing, revision, and publishing process of their new book.
- Reviews of books.
Change Seven welcomes two new book review editors:
Abby Freeland has over twelve years of experience in book publishing. She began her career at an academic publishing house in England and worked as the sales and marketing director and the fiction editor at West Virginia University Press for over ten years. She holds advanced degrees in English, publishing, and business administration. She was born and raised in West Virginia and now lives in North Carolina. Tweets: @abby_freeland.
Gregory Sullivan’s writing has appeared in The Washington Post, The Guardian, VICE Sports, The Toronto Star, The Collagist, The Nervous Breakdown, and other places. He grew up in Georgia, worked as a newspaper journalist in Georgia and Tennessee, and completed an MFA in fiction from Rutgers University. Now, he lives and writes in North Carolina. Tweets: @SullivanGL.
How to Get Your Book Reviewed: Authors and publishers who wish for us to consider reviewing their work or scheduling a feature essay or interview should query the book review editors first. At this time, we do not review self-published work. Sending an ARC does not guarantee your work will be reviewed.