About The Blackstone Review

Founded officially during the summer of 2014, The Blackstone Review was the result of a years-long conversation between its founders. The conversation—singular because it has yet to stop—touches upon any and every topic, from basketball to Hegel. The Blackstone Review is today a biannual journal, focused on being a common space for those seeking like minds, though not like thoughts, for discourse on society, philosophy, the arts, or any nexus of the aforementioned areas. To summarize our aim in a single phrase: the pursuit of ideas.
 
Shaun Rouser
Eric Wilson
 
Cofounders, Coeditors in Chief
 
Send your comments, submissions, and all other communications to editors@theblackstonereview.com.

The Blackstone Review accepts submissions year around for its biannual issues as well as its blog. We are interested in nonfiction articles, reviews, fiction, poetry, videos, and any other medium through which you engage with the ideas that have shaped, and are shaping, the world. Work must be original and previously unpublished. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but please notify us immediately if your piece is accepted elsewhere.

Include a brief bio with your submission. All rights revert back to contributors upon publication: we only ask for a hat tip if your contribution is republished following its appearance in The BSR.

Thanks for your interest, and we look forward to seeing your work!