16 April 2011

Call for Submissions - Issue 16 of Damselfly Press: a Gathering of Women's Voices

Post date: 16 April 2011
Deadline: 15 June 2011

Our sixteenth issue will be available July 15th, 2011. If you’d like to submit, please visit our guidelines section and send us your submission by June 15th, 2011. Thank you to all of our submitters.

Submission Guidelines

* We read year round.
* We only accept online submissions with the genre in the e-mail header.
* Submissions must be in a Word document or .RTF attachment.
* Please include writer’s contact information and bio (not to exceed 50 words) on a separate cover page. We blind read all submissions.
* Fiction- Send up to 10 pages of fiction not to exceed 2,500 words max. Submitters may send up to two fictional stories per submission to Jennifer@damselflypress.net
* Poetry- Send 1-3 poems in ONE attachment to Lesley@damselflypress.net
* Nonfiction- Send up to 10 pages of nonfiction not to exceed 2,500 words max. Submitters may send up to two nonfiction submissions, such as memoir or personal essays, to Nonfiction@damselflypress.net
* We do not accept previously published work.
* Simultaneous submissions are accepted.
* We are unable to provide compensation to writers for accepted submissions at this time.
* If a writer’s work initially appears in damselfly press and is later published elsewhere, we request an acknowledgement.
* For writers whose work has been accepted by our journal, please wait for up to a year after publication before resubmitting.
* Please refrain from submitting if you are not open to edits. Selected pieces often require minimal editing.
* Submissions that do not follow these guidelines will be rejected without being read.

Contact Information:

For submissions: fiction - Jennifer@damselflypress.net, poetry - Lesley@damselflypress.net, nonfiction - nonfiction@damselflypress.net

Website: http://damselflypress.net/
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