The Wellington Street Review is currently on hiatus.

Our feature pieces are published monthly and are styled as ‘accessible academic’. They can range from ‘leftist economic interpretations of working class masculinity in heavy metal of the 80s’ to reviews to ‘thoughts on Thomas Tallis’ and beyond. If you can think of it, we’re interested in reading it!

We welcome guest contributors for our features section, which is published between issues. If you would like to get involved, please send a short pitch and a brief third person biography (approx. 75 words) to wellingtonstreetreview@gmail.com with the subject heading ‘FEATURE PITCH’.

Please note most of our features are between 3,000-4,000 words long, and we are unlikely to accept a piece which runs below 2,000. Pieces must contain at least two verifiable, independently published sources to be considered for publication. All submissions should follow MHRA style guidelines and citations should be formatted as endnotes.

We recommend reading our previous features to get an idea of what we are looking for.

Feature Index:

Laxness and the Landscape: Revisiting Glaciers, Reconstructing Meaning | Tamara L. Beneyto
February 2020

ANZAC’s Complicated Legacy | Damien Zuccarini
September 2019

It’s All in the Execution: How Representations of Executioners Protect Hegemony | Jacob Fowler
August 2019

Literary Landscapes: Characterizing Space Through Dreams and Reality | Margaryta Golovchenko
July 2019

An introduction to homosexuality and homoplatonic relationships in the British Army of 1910-1918 | Edward Ashworth
June 2019

Review: ‘The Woe of Roanoke’ by Mathew Horton | Annabel Mahoney
May 2019

Was Shakespeare Sexy? Modern Pop Culture and Will’s Sex Appeal | Jesse Hernon
April 2019