- The launch of Blood Tree Literature is due this summer. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified when the journal goes live.
- Submissions are rolling.
- Simultaneous submissions are accepted.
- Multiple submissions are accepted. Please include all pieces in a single document.
- If two or more of your pieces are accepted, we ask that we may publish them intermittently and within the span of two months (at maximum) starting from the time that the first piece was published.
Posts tagged ‘submissions’
From their website:
*Short Stories (1 piece up to 3000 words)
*Flash Fiction (1-3 pieces up to 500 words each)
*Poetry ( 3-5 short/average length poems OR 1 long poem)
Multiple submissions are fine, but only submit one of each type before hearing back from us. Example: One Fiction submission and one Flash Fiction submission, or one submission of all three types (Fiction, Poetry, Flash). *Above are what we’ll accept as 1 submission per type.
They should also be separate email submissions. Don’t send us your poetry and fiction in one submission, please. It angers the elves.
Simultaneous submissions are welcome, but please do notify us immediately if it is accepted elsewhere.
Previously published pieces are okay, but they will have to be very, very good to be seriously considered. Please cite where it was published first.
We read on a rolling basis, so we’re taking submissions year round. To submit, email us at email@example.com
Submission time for Issues close on the 24th of each month. Everything we get after the 24th will be considered for the following Issue.
To submit, make the subject of the email “Firefly Submission” plus the category you are submitting to. For example: “Firefly Submission Flash Fiction” or “Firefly Submission Poetry”. Please attach works as a Word.doc or .docx. Keep all submissions in one single document, which each new piece beginning on a separate page.
We also accept illustrations/artwork/photography. Send those to us as a .jpg with the subject line “Firefly Submission Artwork”. Up to 5 pieces at a time, please.
We will try to respond as quickly as we can; responses can be expected within the month of submission. If a month has passed from the day you have submitted to us and you haven’t heard from us, please feel free to send a query with either “Query” or “What The Heck” in the subject line. We find the latter more cathartic. It’s up to you. “
Call for Submissions
Issue 7 of Panoply, now through Sunday, July 23.
Some key submissions criteria:
- Unpublished pieces only.
- Simultaneous submissions are ok, but please notify us ASAP if a piece is withdrawn.
- Poetry or short prose (<=500 words for prose – We’ve had to decline some prose pieces that were above our word count limit. Please comply.)
- We read 100% blind. Do not put your name or other identifying information on the pieces. Use Submittable’s Bio/Notes box for your personal bio of <=60 words.
- Maximum of 3 pieces per submission.
- Please submit ONE attachment, preferably in MS WORD, with each piece beginning on a new page.
- Please submit in 12 pt font, preferably something popular such as Times New Roman, Calibri, or Arial.
- We prefer single-spaced formats, except when alternate spacing is a deliberate part of the layout.
- Our software limits our ability to indent and create horizontal space across a line of text. We’ll do our best to preserve original formats, but keep in mind our limitations.
- Hard copy will not be accepted and will be destroyed.
- Issue 7 is unthemed.
- We tend to respond to most pieces after the window has closed. So, please be patient as you await our reply.
To submit, please visit: Panoply’s Submittable Page.
J Journal: New Writing on Justice – Fall 2017 Issue
Submissions accepted year-round.
J Journal: New Writing on Justice, the John Jay College (CUNY) award-winning litmag, seeks submissions for its Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 issues. Your work should examine justice from any angle, but no straight genre pieces. We prefer the tangential approach to the journal’s theme–the justice question is everywhere.
Send fiction and personal narrative (6000 words max) and poetry (up to three poems) to firstname.lastname@example.org. See jjournal.org for excerpts and more about what we publish. J Journal is a twice-yearly print journal (Fall 2017 is our twentieth issue) with an active online presence.
Burningword Literary Journal accepts poetry, flash fiction, and flash nonfiction submissions for publication. Please read through the brief guidelines and publishing schedule before you submit.
Genres and Details (revised for 2017)
- Poetry in any form or style. Your poetry submission may contain up to five (5) poems, may be submitted as one file, run fewer than 10 pages in length, and must be unpublished. Simultaneous submissions are welcomed so long as you withdraw them when accepted elsewhere.
- Flash fiction (a.k.a. microfiction, short-short story, sudden fiction, etc.) submissions should aim for a word-count of 300-500 words or less per piece, may contain up to two (2) pieces per submission, may be submitted as one file, should run fewer than 5 pages in length, and must be unpublished. Simultaneous submissions are welcomed so long as you withdraw them when accepted elsewhere.
- Flash nonfiction up to 300 words. You may submit up to two (2) pieces per issue, may be submitted as one file, should run fewer than 5 pages in length, and must be unpublished. Simultaneous submissions are welcomed so long as you withdraw them when accepted elsewhere.
- Please keep your email address updated in Submittable because that’s how we notify you of our editorial decisions. We now charge a modest submission fee of $3 to help offset the cost of maintaining the manuscript system and web-hosting. Because of this change, we now encourage multiple pieces per submission, as outlined above.
- The submission review process is double-blind; please remove all instances of your name from your work before uploading it!
- Visual art and similar decoration should not be included in your submission. If such elements are critical to your work, please consider another publication.
- If you need to withdraw a submission for any reason, please do so within our submission system.
- If you use a pen name, be sure to use that in place of your real name, in all instances.
- Your name (or pen name), along with contact info. and third-person bio will be published as is, along with your selected work.
- If you need to modify a submission for any reason, including your name (or pen name), contact email, biography, etc., please do so within our submission system. Modifications to work, including byline and bio, are not possible after publication.
- We accept simultaneous submissions and prefer unpublished material.
Guidelines After Publication
- There is no ability to “proof” your work after it has been chosen for publication. Errors made by Burningword Literary Journal to either the print or electronic versions will be corrected by Burningword ASAP. Please let us know if you find an error.
- We accept simultaneous submissions; however, if we accept your work for publication, it is your responsibility to immediately notify all other magazines it is no longer available.
- The authors we publish receive a complimentary eBook issue and reduced rates for print copies.
Burningword is a quarterly web, print and digital publication with issues published January 5, April 5, July 5, and October 5. The cut-off date for submissions is the 5th day of the prior month for each quarter:
- January Issue Submissions open October 1st and close December 5th
- April Issue Submissions open January 1st and close March 5th
- July Issue Submissions open April 1st and close June 5th
- October Issue Submissions open July 1st and close September 5th
Copyrights, Reprinting, and Attribution
The process is simple and will allow you to keep track of where you’re sending your writing. Good luck!