We are open to submissions from May 1st - September 1st and from Nov. 1st - March 1st.

We do read simultaneous submissions; however, if you withdraw a submission (or part of a submission) we ask that you do this through Submittable and not through our editorial email address.
Ends on March 1, 2018
Poets: Send 3-5 poems, with your 150-500 word account (and contact info), in the same file. Please include your cover letter s the first page of your submission. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but we must be notified immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere.
 
account = history, sketch, marker, repository of influences

An account of a specific work traces its arc—through texts and world—while giving voice to the 
artist’s approach. We ask that if you choose to be satirical, you do so in service of the work you are submitting. We are most interested in how you are tracking the thought, influences, and choices that make up your aesthetic as it pertains to a specific work.

We will not consider work submitted without an account. 
Ends on March 1, 2018
Creative nonfiction writers: Send us your essay of no more than 6,000 words.  Include your 150-500 word account as the last page of the file. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your submission. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but we must be notified immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere.

account = history, sketch, marker, repository of influences

 An account of a specific work traces its arc—through texts and world—while giving voice to the artist’s approach. We ask that if you choose to be satirical, you do so in service of the work you are submitting. We are most interested in how you are tracking the thought, influences, and choices that make up your aesthetic as it pertains to a specific work.


 We will not consider work submitted without an account. 
Ends on March 1, 2018
Fiction writers: Send us your short stories of 1,000-6,000 words.  Include your 150-500 word account as the final page of the file. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your submission. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, but we must be notified immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere.

account = history, sketch, marker, repository of influences

An account of a specific work traces its arc—through texts and world—while giving voice to the artist’s approach. We ask that if you choose to be satirical, you do so in service of the work you are submitting. We are most interested in how you are tracking the thought, influences, and choices that make up your aesthetic as it pertains to a specific work.

We will not consider work submitted without an account.