Submissions for the Spring 2014 Print issue are now open!

We welcome submissions in categories of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, drama, and art. We’re not too picky about themes, styles, or standardized spelling. We’re only looking for one thing–and that’s good writing.

We ask that any works you want us to consider for publication be submitted solely through our submission manager. We will consider reprints, but let us know where and when your work was first published. If you want us to read it, hand your creative nugget(s), you’ll find the links below for submissions. Be sure to read through our guidelines before you finalize your submission.

On publication, we ask for First North American Rights and online serial rights. We want to be the first people to publish your writing and we want to archive your work on our site.

Any works submitted via email will be immediately discarded and fed to our pet iguana.

  • Fiction

    Please submit short stories of any length up to 4,000 words. If submitting multiple stories, please submit them as separate files.

    Submit »
  • Poetry

    Please submit up to 6 poems, each in a separate file, for consideration.
    Submit »
  • Creative Nonfiction

    If you are submitting more than one essay at a time, please submit them as separate files. Each essay can be up to 4,000 words in length.

    Submit »
  • Art

    Art accepted for print publication must be available at a resolution of 300 dpi or higher. Artwork accepted for the print issue will be printed in black and white.
    Submit »
  • Drama

    If submitting more than one work at a time, please submit them as separate files. Submissions can be up to 4,000 words in length.

    Submit »

Thanks, and happy submitting!


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