Issue Two Hundred Twenty Four

The Cerurove: Now Seeking Submissions

A new online literary journal helmed in India, The Cerurove seeks to become a revolution in literary form. They want to personify Albert Camus’ words: “The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.” They are searching for writing that…

The Basic Structure for a Story

By Matthew Meyer Ever since I picked up my first Goosebumps book back in third grade (I can’t remember what the name of it was exactly), I’ve wanted to do what R.L. Stine was doing. Not necessarily horror books, but the way he structured his writing intrigued me, making me think, “hey! This is neat!…

August House: Accepting Manuscript Submissions

August House was established in 1978, originally it focused on publishing poetry but in the 80’s their focus switched to folklore and after that to storytelling. They no longer publish poetry, instead they focus on publishing children’s books, although many of these are influenced by folklore. They currently publish children’s folktales, picture books, early-grade chapter…

Why You Should Start Submitting This September

“I went for years not finishing anything. Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged… I had poems which were re-written so many times I suspect it was just a way of avoiding sending them out.” Erica Jong Starting to submit your work to literary journals is a hard task.  Before you…