Saturday, February 1, 2014

Call for Submissions from Georgia Students: Pegasus

Submissions sought from Georgia high school and undergraduate writers.

Pegasus, the literary magazine of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, is seeking submissions for its Spring 2014 issue. Pegasus is a handsome, 5.5 X 8.5, perfect-bound print journal. Contributors each receive two copies of the magazine. Contributors are also invited to come read at our annual launch party in April. Details about the launch are forthcoming.

Submission deadline is February 28, 2014, at midnight.

Pegasus is seeking creative nonfiction (braided essays, lyric essays, narrative nonfiction, experimental forms), short fiction, and poetry for our 2014 issue. We have no restrictions on style. We ask that contributors keep prose submissions relatively short, usually no more than 5000-6000 words. Poets should submit three-five poems; prose writers should submit no more than two pieces.

Pegasus is also seeking art and photography. We ask that artists submit high-quality JPEG, GIFs or PNG files. Artists are asked to identify the medium of their work.

To submit to Pegasus, please visit our Submittable page.

Pegasus will respond to all submissions by mid-April. We accept simultaneous submissions, but we asked that writers and artists notify us the moment a piece is accepted elsewhere. We do not publish previously-published material.

Note: Pegasus publishes only undergraduate and high school writers currently enrolled in schools in the state of Georgia in the United States.

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