Ends on April 12, 2019

We've updated our submission guidelines:
-    Send a short story up to 3,500 words or up to 3 flash pieces (each of which should not exceed 1,000 words).

-    Do not send an excerpt of longer works unless it can absolutely stand on its own.

-    Submit all of your work in a single file, use clear page breaks between pieces, and clearly identify each title in the title area of Submittable (Title A/Title B/Title C).

-    Please use a standard font and double space your submission.


What to Submit:

    It’s pretty easy to tell you how to format your submissions. What’s tough is trying to convey what we want to see, what makes us say, “this!” We love character-driven stories that possess a strong sense of language, no matter the genre. In considering what makes a story a good fit for us, we look to Roxane Gay and Kelly Link, who’ve both mentioned how a writer’s obsessions not only generate strong story ideas, but are also the source of a writer’s distinct voice. We want to hear yours.

Ends on April 12, 2019
General Guidelines
  • Send up to 5 poems in a standard font.
  • Submit all of your poems in a single file
  • Make sure to check your work for errors. This is even more important with poetry. We want your work to look exactly like you mean it to look.
Ends on April 1, 2019$7.00
$7.00

General guidelines:

This option simply means we will provide our thoughts explaining what we  liked, didn’t like, and thought could be improved on in your work.  Choosing this option doesn’t mean you’ll get accepted nor does it mean  you’ll get your work back faster, but when you do get it back, you’ll  get a mini review of it.


-    Send a short story up to 3,500 words or up to 3 flash pieces (each of which should not exceed 1,000 words).

-    Do not send an excerpt of longer works unless it can absolutely stand on its own.

-    Submit all of your work in a single file, use clear page breaks between pieces, and clearly identify each title in the title area of Submittable (Title A/Title B/Title C).

-    Please use a standard font and double space your submission.


What to Submit:

  It’s pretty easy to tell you how to format your submissions. What’s tough is trying to convey what we want to see, what makes us say, “this!” We love character-driven stories that possess a strong sense of language, no matter the genre. In considering what makes a story a good fit for us, we look to Roxane Gay and Kelly Link, who’ve both mentioned how a writer’s obsessions not only generate strong story ideas, but are also the source of a writer’s distinct voice. We want to hear yours.



General guidelines:

If you use the expedited reading option for  fiction, we'll put your work at the very top of our reading pile. You  won't get anything more than that (no preferential treatment, no instant  acceptance). Think of it as a way of patting us on the back while  satisfying that urge to avoid waiting in line. It really does help us  out and allows us to do as much as possible with writers and artists.

 

-    Send a short story up to 3,500 words or up to 3 flash pieces (each of which should not exceed 1,000 words).

-    Do not send an excerpt of longer works unless it can absolutely stand on its own.

-    Submit all of your work in a single file, use clear page breaks between pieces, and clearly identify each title in the title area of Submittable (Title A/Title B/Title C).

-    Please use a standard font and double space your submission.

What to Submit:

   It’s pretty easy to tell you how to format your submissions. What’s tough is trying to convey what we want to see, what makes us say, “this!” We love character-driven stories that possess a strong sense of language, no matter the genre. In considering what makes a story a good fit for us, we look to Roxane Gay and Kelly Link, who’ve both mentioned how a writer’s obsessions not only generate strong story ideas, but are also the source of a writer’s distinct voice. We want to hear yours.

General guidelines

If you use the expedited reading option for poetry, we'll put your work at the very top of our reading pile. You won't get anything more than that (no preferential treatment, no instant acceptance). Think of it as a way of patting us on the back while satisfying that urge to avoid waiting in line. It really does help us out and allows us to do as much as possible with writers and artists.

  • Send up to 5 poems in a standard font.
  • Submit all of your poems in a single file
  • Make sure to check your work for errors. This is even more important with poetry. We want your work to look exactly like you mean it to look.



Ends on April 1, 2019$7.00
$7.00

General guidelines

This option means we will provide our thoughts explaining what we liked, didn’t like, and thought could be improved on in your work. Choosing this option doesn’t mean you’ll get accepted nor does it mean you’ll get your work back faster, but when you do get it back, you’ll get a mini review of it.

  • Send up to 5 poems in a standard font.
  • Submit all of your poems in a single file
  • Make sure to check your work for errors. This is even more important with poetry. We want your work to look exactly like you mean it to look.


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