Nonfiction submissions now open!

Submit your essays to The Hudson Review! Our reading period is open from January 1 to March 31.

  • 10,000 word limit
  • No simultaneous submissions
  • No previously published work
  • NO ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS! Please mail your manuscript to us at 33 W. 67th St, New York, NY 10023 with a self-addressed stamped envelope enclosed. If you are submitting internationally, or if submitting by mail otherwise poses an undue burden, please contact us at [email protected].
  • POSTMARK (but need not arrive) by March 31

Please note that as we take great care in considering submissions, a decision may take up to six months.

To get a feel for the kind of essays we publish, here are some essays you can read, free to nonsubscribers:

The Imaginary Operagoer: A Memoir,” by Dana Gioia
“Stories, Seen and Unseen,” by Antonio Muñoz Molina, Guillermo Bleichmar, trans.
“The Silencing of Ophelia,” by Robert Crossley
“The Jab: A True Story of Inoculation and Vaccine, by Bart Casey”

Questions? Email us at [email protected].

We’re excited to read your work!