Grey Borders Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Written by Ella Peary | February 16, 2017

Grey Borders Magazine publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and artwork that challenges social norms. Founded in 2002, this Canadian magazine has been published in print and online for over a decade. They seek work that invites discussion about untold stories, stories about mental illness, race, sexuality, radicalism, and social justice. They like work that considers these issues in light of the current cultural moment. To get a sense of what they are looking for, you can browse work by authors published in Grey Borders online.

Beginning in April, 2017, Grey Borders Magazine will be published monthly online and in print, in tandem with Grey Borders Reading Series. Right now, they are seeking submissions for their April issue. For each issue, a feature author will be selected and showcased. The feature author will receive payment, as well as copies of the issue in which their work is published. All other authors published in Grey Borders will receive one copy of the magazine.

Grey Borders accepts submissions via email and by post. Poets may submit up to fifteen pages of poetry. Fiction and nonfiction authors may submit up to twenty pages of work. All submissions should be accompanied by a short biography.

If you would like to learn more or submit to Grey Borders, please visit their website at http://www.greybordersmagazine.jigsy.com/Submissions.