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What is The Dillydoun Review?

The Dillydoun Review is an online literary magazine founded in October 2020 by writer and editor, Amy Burns. TDR began as a quarterly publication but has since adopted a monthly publication schedule.

To keep our readers engaged between monthly issues, we strive to maintain a spirited blog, TDR Daily. Content may include (but is not limited to) journalism, reviews, interviews, essays, lyrical essays, creative nonfiction, fiction, flash fiction, poetry, and prose poetry. All work submitted is considered for both the monthly issue and TDR Daily.

If you have something that falls outside the categories listed above or, if you want to run an idea past us before submission, feel free to pitch it here.

Each January, TDR takes a look back at the previous year’s publications and selects the Best of the Best for a print anthology. All writers published during that calendar year, whether in an issue or TDR Daily, will be considered for the print anthology.

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