Rochford Street Review is an on-line journal highlighting Australian and International Literature, Art and Culture – with an emphasis on small press and grassroots cultural activities.
Rochford Street Review publishes at least 2 issues each year – we attempt to publish each quarter but that is dependant on having enough material.
If you are a publisher, film maker, artist, gallery owner or drama company, no matter how small, we would appreciate being added to your mailing list and/or receiving a review copies or notices of upcoming productions or shows. You can email us at email@example.com. Our mailing address is:
Rochford Street Review
Darug and Gundungurra country
PO Box 7008
Leura NSW 2780
We are also looking for reviewers – wherever possible we attempt to provide at least a token payment to our contributors but this depends on the level of donations we receive. If you are interested in reviewing for us, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We also welcome submissions of creative writing and artwork. While most of the creative work we publish is by invitation we also consider unsolicited work and expressions of interest. Please contact us at: email@example.com for further information.
Rochford Street Review is edited by Linda Adair and Mark Roberts.
You may also be interested in Mark’s website http://printedshadows.wordpress.com – a collection of his reviews, articles and interviews over the past 30 years.
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Rochford Street Review is published by Rochford Press. Since the 1980’s Rochford Street Press published seven issues of P76 literary magazine together with books by Les Wicks, Dipti Saravanamuttu and Mark Roberts. See https://rochfordpress.com/
Please note – the views published in Rochford Street Review reflect the views of the reviewer and do not necessarily reflect the views of the editors.
Copyright for each review remains with the reviewer. Rochford Street Review retains Copyright over the collection.
Rochford Street Review relies on donations to cover costs. Any funds left over are used to pay reviewers.