Call for submissions from College-Aged Writers & Artists

From the CRWROPPS-B ListServ:

Dear college-aged writers and artists: ANGLES is seeking poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, visual art, and photography with distinct perspectives on ourselves and our world. As a web-based literary magazine edited by students at St. John Fisher College, ANGLES prioritizes new voices and takes pride in being among a writer’s first publications.

We especially want work that cares about language and pays close attention to it, uses form and structure purposefully, and isn’t afraid to take risks. We value traditions but are keen on challenging them.

Deadline for the current submission period is 3/15/18

Think you have something for us? Visit our website at angles.sjfc.edu to read our current issue and more about who we are and what we publish, or go straight to angleslitmag.submittable.com and send us your work.

Guidelines:
Do not include your name anywhere within your work. If you do, it will break our hearts, but we will reject it immediately.

Simultaneous submissions are fine by us, but please let us know if the work you sent us is accepted elsewhere.

Fiction and creative nonfiction submissions must be 3500 words or less…. We prefer shorter.

For poetry, please send 3-5 poems in a single document.

About npiasecki

Instructor of Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Colorado Denver, specializing in 21st century skills, research, and creative nonfiction. Director of the Denver Writing Project, a local site of the National Writing Project's professional network for K through College educators.
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