Please note that unless you included a self-addressed envelope with sufficient postage we will not return hard copies of submitted material.
Every piece will be read first by an editor, and then by an enthusiastic, trained pool of readers. Anyway, I hope this provides some clarity. All work must be previously unpublished either in print or online.
Guidelines for Web Submissions First Things accepts submissions of web articles and will also consider queries. A brief discussion of how you see your piece fitting into our intersectional feminist mission. While the non-fiction proposal requires a chapter by chapter analysis, the fiction proposal should be a maximum of three single spaced pages that present the entire story.
Manuscripts should be submitted to ft firstthings. As we mentioned before, always check the organizations requirements. The cover letter should not be more than one page.
Each submission should include: To withdraw your entire submission, use Submittable. As a small kindness, should the piece be accepted for further publication, we request that So to Speak: Fill in the title s of the work s you are submitting.
Our Cornerstone section publishes the poetry of writers under the age of Faxed or e-mailed submissions are not accepted. Maximum length for fiction and creative non-fiction: The only exceptions to this new policy are Canadians living abroad who give a Canadian address for mailings.
For fiction and creative non-fiction, centre the title halfway down on the first page, with your name below it.
The deadline varies slightly from issue to issue, but readers will be safe using the first Monday of the month as the deadline. Your file will then appear in the "file" field. Be sure to include the following: Unlike most literary journals, we make a point of paying our writers and artists, believing that creative work deserves financial reward.
We are no longer able to offer a fee to these writers because the cost of postage to mail two copies of the journal is higher than the amount that the contributor would receive in payment for a single poem or review. Juster, and emailed to ft firstthings.
The writing we encourage reflects a diversity representing a range of social and cultural experience along with literary excellence. To withdraw part of your submission, add a note in Submittable detailing which poems are no longer available. If you are from another country you can send a proposal via e-mail to any of our agents but let us know that you are living in another country.
Do not include the text of the proposal in the body of the e-mail. We welcome submissions either electronically, as an attachment to an email, or mailed hard copy.
Single-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 point is standard.
Create a 75 word summary of the book. Please login using the form on the left. Before submitting any materials to any of our imprints, we suggest you familiarize yourself with our titles. We accept unsolicited submissions, and agented and unagented submissions. Reviews should be words, double-spaced.
This requires a very tight deadline, with letters due in the first week of the month of the issue. Physical Format Use 8. Submission Guidelines Any submissions that do not follow correct guidelines or do not include full contact information will not be considered for publication and will not receive a reply.
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Portland Review has been publishing exceptional prose, poetry, and art since For over sixty years, Portland Review has promoted the works of emerging writers and artists. Literary Journal Submissions By: Brian A.
Klems | August 30, To submit your latest short story, essay or poem, you’ll need a cover letter—which is. Actually, all the cover letter really does is prep the editor for the submission.
Cover letters do not get poems accepted, but they can get them rejected by knocking an editor off balance before reading them.
The Poetry Forum/RHINO Poetry is a non-profit literary organization, primarily devoted to the publication of RHINO Poetry, an annual high-quality print journal featuring well-crafted, diverse poetry.
Look–we want to read your work. We want to read your work if you’re an undiscovered writer, or if you’re established.
We want to read your work if–and especially if–it is concise, experimental, hybrid, or flashy. The Dreaded Cover Letter: A Colorado Review Primer. Oct 26, There’s a lot of advice out there about how to write a cover letter when submitting to a literary journal.
Some journals will be specific about the information they want, and some will simply just ask for a cover letter. Enclosed is my [fiction/nonfiction/poetry.Cover letter for online poetry submission