Receive the best in new poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and graphic narrative twice a year with a subscription to The Florida Review, UCF’s national literary magazine. Each issue contains more than 150 pages of exciting new work from around the US and the world, as well as innovative new voices from Florida. Fall issues contain themed features—past ones have included a Pulse tribute, writing on prison, Latinx writers, and erasure works. Spring issues contain the winners of our annual Editors’ Awards. Both fall and spring issues also include a plethora of more great work from our general submissions.
We rely on subscriptions to keep The Florida Review in print. We do not receive a budget line from our university, though it generously supplies us with office space, course time dedicated to the magazine, and fantastic students that help with our work. Read for us, read for yourself, read for the life of contemporary literature!
Personal and institutional/library subscriptions are available through UCF’s College of Arts and Humanities Box Office online store. 12-month subscriptions are located here and 24-month ones here. Or click on the images below.
You alternatively have the option to send us a subscription order via USPS mail using this form.
We also offer a special deal for writers submitting to The Florida Review: in our submissions manager, we will offer a discounted ($18) subscription when you submit, which provides you a free submission to new subscribers. View our submission forms in Submittable here.