Sunday, July 23, 2017

Call for Submissions: Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel

Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel has issued a variety of calls for submissions in poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction.

Panorama emphasizes writing and photography which is created with a deep intelligence, reconnecting us to the world.

Summer Issue: Panorama announces limited open submissions for our summer issue, which has the theme of ‘Seen.’ We are interested in not only what is seen, but what is unseen, as well as ways of seeing/being seen: to observe/be observed, to reflect/be reflected on, to discern, to witness. All work accepted will have a solid grasp of the theme.

Fall Issue: Panorama announces open submissions for our fall issue, which has the theme of ‘Lost.’ We are not necessarily exclusively interested in traditional definitions of what lost is, as in physically lost, although works around that theme are most welcome. We especially seek pieces about that which has vanished, departed, died, been forgotten, gone extinct–as well as that which has been found.

Lost/Queries: for the first time, Panorama is opening several sections to queries. Original ideas for works must be queried to the assigned editors only, and only one can be pitched, unless it is declined, in which case, you can query another one to a different section. We allow one piece only per writer per issue: this includes queries and regular open submissions. Queries are accepted based on story and detail as well as the final piece meeting Panorama guidelines and quality. Queries close as sections are assigned. We are unable to pay for works, and general rights and submission guidelines apply. If you have idea, and want to make sure it suits Panorama, we provide the following sections to send your request to. We do not publish previously published works for queried sections. For more on queries and guidelines, visit our FAQ’s page.

Submissions open June 26, 2017 and will remain open until enough submissions are received, by section.

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