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Submissions Are Now Closed
CALLING ALL SUBMISSIONS! You've decided to submit to the literary magazine! That's great! We are accepting haikus, short stories, poems, essays, nonfiction, screenplays, videos, and all types of art. In order for us to receive your work, we need you to do a couple things. All submissions must be original. Email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please photograph art pieces in front of a neutral background and submit to the same email. We value your creativity and expression; however, every submission must be school appropriate in topic matter and in word choice.
Our theme for our schoolwide 2020-2021 literary magazine is TWISTED WORLD. You may be thinking, "Wow, that's cool!" or maybe you're confused by it. Don't worry! Check out our "Get Inspired" tab for literary prompts and art inspiration. Note: our theme is mainly used for in-house design of the magazine spread, but we certainly welcome submissions that capture this theme, too. Don't feel you have to go by the theme to submit!
All submissions must be sent to email@example.com with the following format:
[Your name/all contributors]
[Your English/Language Arts teacher] - for extra credit
[Title of your piece(s)] (no 'untitled' or the theme)
Your piece(s) should be attached to the email as a .docx (for lit pieces), a .jpg (for art pieces), or an audio file.
PDF submissions will be returned to the creator and not accepted.
To make things easier on us:
Be sure to put your name, name of submission, and type of submission in the subject line.
Don't even think about submitting something you didn't make.
If a work has more than one contributor, list all of them.
Do not Submit a PDF, it will be returned to you
If you are submitting art other than digital art:
Please take a picture of the piece in front of a neutral colored background
For all art - if not explicitly stated in your submission - we reserve the right to crop and edit your art in accordance to fit with the magazine while keeping the integrity of the piece intact.