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This tier is for those who want to chip in and help us make future issues of New Gothic Review. To show our appreciation, we like to shoutout our supporters on social media. Let us know if you'd rather stay anonymous.

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  • Shoutout for your support!

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This tier is for those who want to chip in and support us as we make future Issues of New Gothic Review. Upon joining you'll get access to all of our ebook editions of the magazine in addition to a "thank you" shout out (you're also welcome to stay anonymous)!

You'll receive:
  • Shoutout for your support!
  • Exclusive access to the PDF and ebook editions of our issues. 

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The Brontë tier is for those who really love what we do and want to help us do even more. Members of this tier will be celebrated not only on social media but in our PDF and ebook editions as well. Lastly, members of this tier will also gain access to expedited response times for our submission window.
You'll receive:
  • Shoutout for your support!
  • Exclusive access to the PDF and ebook editions of our issues.
  • If you submit a story to us you will get an expedited response time (2 weeks max). (Patreon status will not influence our ultimate decision making.)
  • Name listed as supporter in our PDF & ebook editions

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About New Gothic Review

The New Gothic Review is a bi-annual literary magazine that aims to cultivate thought-provoking short fiction that embraces the tradition of gothic literature and reimagines the genre for the 21st century. We believe that modern gothic tales, with their intellectual exploration of the macabre, the unexplainable, and the psychological, deserve a platform of appreciation entirely of their own.

Although the Gothic has such a rich history tied to place and tradition, its tenants are truly universal. The genre does not belong to any one type of story, just as it does not belong to one region of the world or to any one culture. If there are barriers to what Gothic literature can or cannot be, we want to bring them down.

We want to open the door as wide as possible. We want to show that the Gothic is just as present on the beaches of Hawaii as it is in the English countryside. We want to celebrate any story that embraces the Gothic spirit and forces us to reconsider what the Gothic can be. And, at the end of the day, we hope to showcase collections of stories that connect us to new worlds and show how this beautiful genre is a universally human one. 

We are a small but dedicated three-person team—not tied to any larger institution or their checkbook. In order to produce future issues of New Gothic Review, we will need to rely on the support of our readers. We have and always will be a paying market for our contributors. Your support will go foremost to helping us continue to pay our contributors and to increasing how much we can compensate them. 

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