• North Carolina Literary Review
  • Poet James Applewhite reading at the 2010 issue publication party hosted by Press 53 in Winston-Salem, NC; Applewhite’s poetry will appear in NCLR 2011. Photograph by Dominique Marshall.

Advertising Rates

Advertise in NCLR to reach readers who value prose, poetry, nonfiction, and history.

Full Page
Half Page
Quarter Page
6"w by 8 1/4"h
6"w by 4"h
4"w by 3"h OR
4" w by 2 7/8"h



  • Email NCLR to reserve ad space for the print issue by March 1; ad copy due by April 1. For the online issue, reserve ad space by October 15; ad copy due by November 15.

Tell us what books you will advertise so that we may place your ad appropriately in the issue.

Note: 10% discount on all pre-paid ads; 10% discount if reserved before February (the earlier the better for best placement of ad). Only one discount period.
For accounts billed, full amount due within 30 days of publication. We anticipated publication of each issue in July. First-time advertisers may be asked to pay in advance.

Publication details:
Size: 7 3/4” x 10”, 200+pp., heavily illustrated with black and white photographs, maps, drawings, and other contemporary and archival material. Printed on acid-free, archival stock paper.

Anticipated 1st printing: 1000-1500 copies
Current subscriptions: 500+
Retail sales: locations throughout NC, from Ocracoke to Sylva
Excess print run is distributed to magazines, book review editors, publishers, agents, writers, and academics across the US.





East Carolina UniversityNorth Carolina Literary & Historical Association