Monday, October 8, 2012

Call for Submissions: Manifest Review

Manifest Review, a new online literary journal associated with Northwest Mississippi would like to make an open call for submissions in poetry, fiction, nonfiction and photography. From our "About" and "Submissions" pages:

Manifest Review, brought to you in association with Northwest Mississippi Community College, aspires to break the traditional paradigm established by over a century of print publication. As a culture, our increasing reliance on technology requires artists to migrate into the realm of digital media. Think of Manifest as a cultural review — a showcase — for the evolution of the artist in the 21st century as well as a visible thought experiment on the inseparable nature of digital nativity, art, and education.

While the tagline of our intrepid little-blog/mag-that-could reads “for Southern artists,” we here at Manifest Review are open to any work that subverts, delights, makes new what was old, makes us laugh, breaks our hearts, or otherwise dazzles. We want to break out of the “submission season” mold, and endeavor to bring art to the online community in as steady a fashion as possible.

For the time being, send all written submissions in .doc or .rtf formats and photography or artwork submissions as .jpeg to:

manifestreview(at) (replace (at) with @ when sending email)

We hope to hear from you soon.
Dr. PJ Underwood, Editor, Manifest Review, Member CRWROPPS-B

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