06 April 2012

Call for Submissions: Gangway International Literary Magazine's "Women Only!" Issue

Post date: 06 April 2012
Deadline: 30 June 2012

Women Only! Gangway #43 is dedicated to women. We’d like to see submissions of female authors regarding travelling/ transition/ migration/ going abroad/ migration into cities/ multilingualism/ being a foreigner and other forms of female ways of life. Please send your material by email to karin.macke@sprach-raum.at by the 30th of June 2012. Please also add a portrait photograph as well as a short biography.

Guest editor Karin Seidner-Macke, Vienna.


gangway is published quarterly (March, June, September and December) or as announced, and the deadlines for literary submissions are usually around a fortnight ahead of publication, except for news items, interviews, reviews and special features, which can be sent and updated anytime.

Most of today’s literature is still conceived in traditional ways, however, we encourage authors to take advantage of interactive possibilities of this media (illustrations, hyperlinks, JavaScript, Flash and so on).

Simply attach your document(s) as .rtf to your e-mail. AppleWorks and Microsoft Word .doc is OK, but save pre-2000 versions for the Macintosh. Newer versions work seamlessly with Windows PCs.

Please note that we do not accept material previously published online, as this would not make much sense in a global media. However, material first published in print is OK. We will cite the print publication details and expect in return on later publications of your work a citation like “First published online in gangway.net.”

With your submission you grant us the right of communication to the public on gangway.net, all other rights remain with you. For copyright details see disclaimer. Publication is royalty free, for gangway is a non-profit magazine, where we all work in an honorary capacity.


For inquiries: karin.macke@sprach-raum.at

For submissions: karin.macke@sprach-raum.at

Website: http://www.gangway.ne
This blog is no longer updated. Please instead visit Writers For Diversity for new opportunities for women/ LGBT writers and writers of color. Thank you.