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“Les Coquelicots,” oil on canvas, by Claude Monet, 1873.

The Lascaux Review provides a showcase for emerging and established writers and artists. Lascaux (rhymes with Bordeaux) seeks stories, poems, essays, and works of art that share a message and have a broad appeal. Annual contests are conducted in flash fiction, short fiction, and poetry. Prizes are also awarded to novels and poetry collections. See the Contests page for more information.

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Stephen ParrishEditor

Wendy RussManaging Editor

Camille GriepSenior Editor

Alissa GrossoAssistant Editors
Sarah Specht
Mindy Tarquini

Paul LiadisTechnical Editors
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Ginny Hatfield, Ph.D.Resident Archeologist

Peter DudleyAdvisory Board
Erica Orloff
Jennifer Zobair

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See the Submissions page for submission requirements. General inquiries may be made to lascauxreview at gmail dot com.

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Contests are presently open in speculative short fiction, novel-length fiction, and collected poetry. Visit the Contests Page for information.

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