The Black Herald

Genres Published: 
Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction
Representative Authors: 
W.S. Graham, Gregory Corso, David Gascoyne, Emil Cioran, Alistair Ian Blyth, Egon Bondy, Yves & Ada Rémy, Paul B. Roth, Clayton Eshleman, Olive Moore, Hart Crane, Tabish Khair, Heller Levinson, John Taylor, Sudeep Sen, Brian Evenson, Paul Stubbs, Rosemary Lloyd, Will Stone, Anthony Seidman, César Vallejo, Dimíter Ánguelov, João Melo, August Stramm, Osip Mandelstam, Onno Kosters, Georg Trakl, Dumitru Tsepeneag, Róbert Gál, Arthur Rimbaud, Edward Gauvin, Pierre Cendors, Georgina Tacou, Steve Ely, Émile Verhaeren, Philippe Rahmy, Nathalie Riera, Romain Verger, Anne-Sylvie Salzman, Jean-Pierre Longre, Fernando Pessoa, Valeria Melchioretto, Jos Roy, Georges Perros, Louis Calaferte, Tristan Corbière, Victor Segalen, Charles Nodier, Denis Buican, Dominique Quélen, Vasily Kamensky, and many others.
Formats: 
Print
Reading Period: 
Nov 15 to Feb 15
Reporting Time: 
3 to 6 months
Charges Reading Fee: 
No
Accepts Electronic Submissions: 
Yes
Accepts Simultaneous Submissions: 
No
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions: 
Yes
Payment: 
Contributor copies only
Issues per Year: 
1
Issue Price: 
15 euros
Subscription Price: 
15 euros
Circulation: 
Less than 1,000

Editorial Focus

The Black Herald is an international bilingual (English-French & other languages) literary magazine, based in Paris & London. Edited by Blandine Longre & Paul Stubbs, the magazine’s aim is to publish original world writers not necessarily linked in any way by ‘theme’ or ‘style’. Writing that we deem can withstand the test of time and resist popularization–the dangers of instant literature for instant consumption. Writing capable of escaping the vacuum of the epoch. Read an interview with editor Paul Stubbs in Bookslut http://www.bookslut.com/features/2012_10...

Tips From the Editor

Please send no more than 3 to 5 poems or 1 story or extract (not more than 3000 words) or 2 essays (not more than 2000 words) per issue, with address, e-mail and a short factual biography/bibliography (3/4 lines). We also welcome translated poetry and fiction from any language (French and English included) to the English or to the French—in that case, please send also the original text, making sure you have the permission (from the writer and/or the translator and/or the publisher of the original text) to have the original text and its translation published in a print magazine. Before sending any work, we strongly advise writers to read our previous issues so as to gauge the writing we publish.

Contact Information

Blandine Longre, Co-editor
Paris / London
Paris / London
75000
France
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Last updated: Feb 17, 2017