When you submit your piece, we do require that you fill in our info form and include a short bio.
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Your name, telephone number and email address should be typed at the top of the first page of your piece. Also, in order to file your submission, we must ask you to copy and paste your bio onto the first page of your piece. We cannot process your piece without the bio copied at the top of the first page.
We do not accept multiple submissions, so please send us only one piece at a time. We do accept simultaneous submissions, but please let us know right away if your piece has been accepted elsewhere by sending an email with the title of your piece to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We only accept unpublished work, unless solicited. One we have published your work, you are free to send it elsewhere. We hold first-and one-time rights only, although we reserve the right to post your work in our Archives. We might request selected pieces for future anthologies. You reserve the right to decline our offer.
While we do not pay for individual pieces, we do promote selected work on our Facebook page and elsewhere, and we also sponsor an annual contest which offers cash prizes.
We’ve kept our submission guidelines to a minimum because we want to encourage you to submit your best work. We are looking for established and also new voices. Out of the collision of diverse voices can come dialogue, and maybe a hint of unity, and maybe even peace, a solstice of the mind.
Up to 35 pages, double-spaced, one inch margins, 12-point type, sequentially numbered pages. We seek unique voices. (Fiction for us includes the literary short story, stand-alone novel excerpts, and genre short stories, mystery or sci fi only.)
Four poems maximum, single-spaced, with 12-point type. Please submit all poems in one email, not in separate emails.
Up to 22 pages, double-spaced, one inch margins, 12-point type, sequentially numbered pages. We seek unique voices. (Nonfiction includes the memoir and the essay.) We like nonfiction that probes into a cultural issue.
Please submit a group of between 3 and 9 JPEG’s, maximum width of 1000 pixels, maximum height of 600 pixels, resolution of 72 dpi. Each image should have a title. In addition, submit a short bio statement as well as a brief commentary about the images that you have submitted.