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Posts tagged ‘Wildness’

Daily Prompt Love <3 Do You Hear It?

22 August 2019 

Make art about that lone voice in the wilderness, or about the voice of the wilderness. 


Image by David Mark from Pixabay


Daily Prompt Love <3 Jungle Wild

25 July 2019 

“Jungle rain had no beginning or end; it grew like foliage from the sky, branching and arching to the earth, sometimes in solid thickets entangling the islands, and other times, in tendrils of blue mist curling out of coastal clouds. The jungle breathed an eternal green that fevered men.”-Leslie Marmon Silko

Make art using a jungle as the inspiration or central metaphor. 


Image by Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay

Daily Prompt Love <3 Wild Thing, Heart Sing

5 July 2017

My new kitten, Moco, is racing around my little house like it’s the great wide open, galloping, spinning, leaping, the sheer joy in the race itself. 

Make art about running, running wild, the free, unfettered, primal leap and race. 

kitten leaping

Friday Call for Submissions Love <3 Wildness

WILDNESS: Call for Submissions

Submissions accepted year-round.


WILDNESS is an online literary journal that seeks to promote contemporary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that evokes the unknown. Founded in 2015, each thoughtfully compiled issue strives to unearth the works of both established and up-and-coming writers. For submission guidelines visit readwildness.com/submit or email submissions@readwildness.com


Website: http://readwildness.com/



Friday Call For Submissions! Love Me Some Wildness :-)



An Online Literary Journal

Wildness wants work that evokes the unknown.

The lostness; the distance.


We want to follow you into the blue that’s nestled inside your dreams.”



We publish our online edition every two months. A print anthology will be released once a year.


We aim to reply with either an acceptance or rejection within one month of submission. Please query if it has been longer.


We work on a rolling submissions basis.

There is no minimum length for poetry and prose, but please keep stories under 2,500 words and each poem under 80 lines. Please send us a short bio (written in third person) with your name and a little bit about you.

You can send your work in .doc or .pdf files.


Submissions must be original work and you must own all rights. The owner of the work retains all copyright. We currently only accept unpublished works; this includes website and personal blogs.

Submit via email to: submissions@readwildness.com

Wildness website: http://readwildness.com/

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