Hyphen magazine, an Asian American culture magazine, is now accepting submissions for its upcoming print issue: INTERSECTIONS.
Feel free to interpret this theme broadly: we welcome stories and verses of people or creatures occupying more than one identity or one space, finding themselves at a crossroads, living contradictory lives, or wearing masks that chafe against other personas, as well as other interpretations we have yet to imagine! Surprise us.
Explicit Asian American themes not a requirement, though welcome.
For poetry, please submit no more than 5 poems in a single attached word document to:
poetryAThyphenmagazine.com (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )
For fiction, please submit no more than one story 5,000 words or less pasted in the body of the email and attached as a word document (double-spaced) to:
fictionAThyphenmagazine.com (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )
Before submitting, please review our more detailed submission guidelines.
One short story and one poem will be chosen for the print issue. Unfortunately, we cannot pay at this time, though all contributors will receive copies of the print magazine.
DEADLINE: October 15, 2015