) is calling for submissions of excellent poetry, fiction, artwork, and any other great works that would impress our young readers.
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Submissions may be sent as an attachment via email to , an online literary journal based in New Mexico, seeks flash prose, poetry, short prose, & image.
We love flash—little pieces that explode in our hands.
is an annual lit mag committed to publishing poetry, short story, and nonfiction by writers and poets who have a relationship with mental illness: either self, family member, or friend.
Our striking hardcopy publication is most certainly the nation's leading journal of this genre. Simultaneous submissions accepted if identified as such.We are excited to receive your submissions and will diligently work to bring you the best in full poetry collections, novellas, graphic novels, craft essays, short fiction, poetry, graphic narrative, photography, art, and interviews.We also offer our submitters a premium option to receive an acceptance or rejection letter within one week of submission; many authors are offered editorships and interviews.It’s entirely possible that the editors of these publications will welcome something more along the lines of 500 or 800 words.But unless I’ve discerned a *specific* editorial interest in shorter-form nonfiction–whether through my own research into guidelines and past issues or through sources listed at the end of the post–I haven’t included them here.The theme is “Paradoxes.” As a secular journal, we are seeking essays, poems, scripts, and comics that capture the essence and ambivalence of the areligious community (i.e. We champion minority, marginalised, and underrepresented voices, and publish works in translation.agnostics, atheists, humanists, apostates, etc.), their lives, loves, and experiences. Send us work that is eco-conscious and critical; that celebrates the beauty/bounty of nature; that is cognisant, curious, and contemplative of the relationships between humanity, modernity, cultures, and environments we live in or imagine ourselves to inhabit. As promised two weeks ago, I’ve compiled what I am calling here a guide to journals and magazines that publish flash nonfiction/micro-essays.Before I present the list, I need to issue a few clarifications and caveats.A free print copy of seeks themed poetry submissions for Issue Five. How can you use words to heal, save, protect, defend?We want to read poems about "Communication"—What are you saying? There are many nuances to communicating and we want your take on it. We read blind so no names anywhere except the cover letter.