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We strive to showcase the best short work and poetry. Only well-proofed submissions of literary merit are considered. We are not seeking unsolicited political submissions. Photos and artwork are welcome.
Unsolicited submission guidelines: You must be above the age of 15. Unsolicited submissions are preferred not previously published in bound print and submitter must have the rights. Submissions may be edited for clarity, conciseness and context.
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Submission guidelines subject to change. Writers we publish may receive additional acknowledgements or opportunities.
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