Welcome to The Coachella Review—a literary arts journal nestled in the Coachella Valley, but with an eye towards writers and readers around the globe. As a vibrant online multimedia magazine, TCR is free to all and aims to showcase the best of what is possible on the web, where visual and auditory arts can coexist with poetry and prose in lively ways that enrich the reader’s interaction with a magazine. Located close to Los Angeles, we also have a keen interest in screenplays and one-act plays, and a relationship with the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Basically, if you can imagine it and make it, we are probably interested in checking it out! Our only criteria is quality. Knock us over, because that’s why we’re here.
Founded in 2009, The Coachella Review has published work by acclaimed writers such as Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Joshua Mohr, Edan Lepucki, Steve Almond, Kim Addonizio, Billy Collins, Matthew Dickman, Jillian Lauren, Andrea Seigel, Dave Cullen, Chelsea Clammer, and Wendy Ortiz. We are also always on the lookout for emerging and debut writers. We are continuously accepting work for our blog. Please visit our Submissions page for details regarding open submissions for the journal and blog information.
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THE COACHELLA REVIEW is a literary arts journal published by the University of California, Riverside-Palm Desert Low Residency MFA in Creative Writing & Writing for the Performing Arts.
The Coachella Review is made possible by a generous grant from the Chandi Group.