Saturday, May 21, 2016

Call for Submissions about the South: On the Veranda Literary Journal

On the Veranda Literary Journal is looking for fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry pieces about the South. Interpret this as you will, but just know that a piece about how great Ann Arbor is by someone from Chicago will not pass muster. Now a piece by someone from Kentucky talking about their transition to the cold Michigan winters? That’s something we want to read!
Check us out at our website.
We are committed to ensuring that at least half of our content is by female-identified writers, and we also aim to include LGBTQ+ writers as well as writers of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds.
Most importantly: send us your best work! Send us whatever you think will make us laugh out loud, shed a few tears, or will make us feel like maybe the world isn’t such a bad place after all. Send us something that we’ll still be talking about hours later when we are rocking back and forth on our veranda, sipping a sweating glass of iced tea.
We accept works of fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry. Poets may send up to three poems and prose must be between 400 – 2,000 words. Please include a cover letter and a brief bio with your submission. Presently we can only accept Microsoft Word doc (or docx) attachments.
We accept submissions year-round and hope to respond to writers within 1 – 2 months. We will respond to all submissions electronically. Accepted works will be published on a monthly basis.
Please email all submissions to:
ontheverandaliteraryjournalATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to . )

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