The Cardiff Review

is creating a magazine of new writing.
Select a membership level
Pen y Fan
$1
per month

You'll receive our utmost thanks and have your name added to the Patrons page at cardiffreview.com/patrons.

Cadair Idris
Limited (7 of 10 remaining)
$3
per month

You'll receive our utmost thanks and have your name added to the Patrons page at cardiffreview.com/patrons.


In addition, if you're a writer, each month you're eligible to receive feedback from two editors on up to 1000 words or 2 poems. All completed pieces will be considered for publication in the magazine.


*Feedback is restricted to 1000 words or 2 poems per month and do not accumulate

Tryfan
Limited (9 of 10 remaining)
$5
per month

You'll receive our utmost thanks and have your name added to the Patrons page at cardiffreview.com/patrons.


In addition, if you're a writer, you're eligible to receive feedback from two editors on up to 1000 words or 2 poems.* All completed work will be considered for publication in the magazine.


Plus, you'll receive a selection of two back issues of The Cardiff Review print magazine. In case you didn't know, The Review used to be in print, nowadays we're online at cardiffreview.com, but as a- Tryfan-level Patron, you'll receive a piece of TCR history.*


*Feedback is restricted to 1000 words or 2 poems per month and do not accumulate

*While back issue supplies last

5

patrons

$21

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About The Cardiff Review

The Cardiff Review was founded in 2015 by four graduate students of Cardiff University's MA in Creative Writing program. The Review's first iteration was a digital magazine that published three issues, available to readers as downloadable PDFs. For the magazine's fourth issue, Summer 2016, we transitioned to print. The issue featured an interview with Canadian actor and author, Sofia Banzhaf, who also appeared on the cover, shot by Toronto-based photographer Mark Sommerfeld.

In the two years that followed, we published an additional seven print issues, including a themed issue around queerness. In 2018, we made the decision to move the magazine entirely online, in an effort to publish more content, more often. To date, we've published upwards of 150 new voices across fiction, nonfiction and poetry, as well as interviews with some of literature's most renowned writers including Sheila Heti, Iain Reid, Richard Gwyn, Thomas Morris, and Sophie Mackintosh.

The Cardiff Review publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, reviews (books, theatre, music, art), and in-depth interviews. The most effective way to learn whether your writing might be a fit is to read the magazine.

To learn how to submit your work, visit our submission guidelines.

Reaching our Patreon goals will mean two important things for The Cardiff Review:

1. With our goal of $100 pledged per month, we can permanently instate the payment of each artist who contributes to the magazine, helping ensure that creators can make a living from their art.  

2. With our goal of $200 pledge per month, we'll not only be able to pay contributors, but we'll also be able to pay the editorial staff a stipend for their work. Currently, The Cardiff Review is run by a staff of volunteer editors.
Goals
$21 of $100 per month
By reaching our monthly goal of $100, we'll be able to ensure that all artists who contribute to The Cardiff Review are paid for their work.
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