SOILED is an architectural periodical. It investigates latent issues in the built environment and the politics of space. SOILED operates at the interstices of architecture, urbanism, and the pedosphere, providing a venue for dialogue and exploration. SOILED investigates collective issues, documenting hidden systems and in-between spaces. SOILED curates ideas from the arable to the obscene, decentering the conventional categories used to define the built environment. SOILED employs narratives, manifestoes, mappings, ephemera and live events.
We want work that is urgent and beautiful, that was written with lightning and a sense that tomorrow may never come. We want work that pushes edges and tells us something new. We love work that is personal and political—political in the largest sense, as in awareness of who has the power and how it is they came to have it. We publish interviews and book reviews and review-essays.
We are interested in creating conversational spaces, and pieces that provoke thought-change. We want to hear from new voices and emerging voices as well as our literary mentors, established writers, and ancestors.
Please take a look at the website, read the submissions guidelines, what we've previously published, and deeply consider whether your work engages with our mission. We want manuscripts that work on a cellular level. We are a hands-on, collaborative press, from editing to layout and design, to getting your work seen.
Ragazine is an on-line magazine of art, information and entertainment. It is an eclectic collaboration of artists, writers, poets, photographers, travelers and interested others. Most work is solicited, but we welcome unsolicited contributions for consideration. We look for the highest quality work we can find from both new and established artists, writers, poets, et al. Eclectic content for a global audience. See our submission guidelines, and please use SUBMITTABLE.
Read and follow submission guidelines.USE SUBMITTABLE. Review Ragazine so you know what we've published before. Best chance for acceptance is to offer something new and different. See About Us for ideas about what our editors look for in submissions.
Desired: sincere, well-written, imaginative, unusual and/or innovative works that charm and carry. Gone Lawn is partial to odd animals.
We seek weird, innovative, and optimistic science fiction from new and published authors. Quality, inventive, and engaging prose, plus fun new ideas, will catch our eyes every time.
Make sure you're saying something new, rather than riding a trend. We will shy away from dystopian writing that lacks a new approach... And please, no steampunk.
Bauhan Publishing is an independent Publisher in Peterborough, New Hampshire. We focus on New England regional books in the areas of history, art, nature studies, and poetry, as well as venturing into thoughtful books that explore sustainability of both the earth and the spirit.
We also host two contests: The May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize and the Monadnock Essay Collection Contest
We are looking for original literary work of the highest quality in many styles, surprising and affecting, formally and affectively innovative. We publish both fresh and experienced voices. We welcome submissions by authors from all walks of life. We encourage writers from under-represented groups. We do place a special emphasis on writers or work connected, one way or another, to the American Midwest. We are always on lookout for vibrant visual art.
A full read of our genre-specific guidelines is always appreciated. Please do write stories that matter. Please do go beyond elaborate anecdotes in your CNF. Please do surprise us with the form, diction, manner, or subject of your poetry. Please do create safety. Please do create danger.
Oracle Fine Arts Review is published annually by the University of South Alabama. It features fiction, nonfiction, poetry, painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, illustration, glass, printmaking, and ceramics.
Glint Literary Journal celebrates innovation in style and voice. We welcome submissions in poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, hybrid genre, book reviews, and visual art from persons of diverse cultures, nationalities, and religions.
All submissions must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure the subject line of your e-mail consists of your full name followed by the title of your submission as well as the genre (e.g. John Doe – My Poem Title – Poetry.) Glint accepts attachments in Word; .jpg or .gif is preferred for visual submissions. However, multimedia creations are also welcomed (mp3s and video files).