Their submission guidelines say that they're looking for "art and criticism about urbanism, globalism, identity, and transnationalism." But there's some wiggle room to that.
"We'll take just about anything. We have a suggested theme but what matters most to us is quality," says Kenny Ong, The Shanghai Literary Review's nonfiction editor.
For specifics on what they take and length requirements, check out their submission guidelines here. If you'd like to meet the editors, you can catch most of them at their open mic reading on Friday at Yuncai Cafe at 7.30pm. Feel free to bring your own writing to that if you've got something you'd like to share. That's free to join.
Bonus: for more lit fun, check out M's Shanghai Literary Festival that runs from March 10-22.