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Submissions

Submissions for Issue 4 are now closed. 

Daphne is currently accepting submissions for poetry, flash fiction (less than 700 words), creative non-fiction essays and visual art. 

Length requirements are as follows:

Poems: please send up to 3 poems. 

Fiction: flash or micro-fiction only, 700 words or less.

Creative Non-Fiction: please submit book reviews or music reviews of the book/song/album that changed your life. Did TLC's Fanmail usher you into teenagehood? Did you read Little Women over and over again the year your parents got divorced? How did the marxist overtones of The Babysitter's Club  shape your views on collective living? For more info on creative non-fiction please visit the FAQ page

No length requirements for CNF (for now) but the shorter the better, around 1,000 words or less.

Visual Art: please query with links to your work and/or a series of pieces for publication. Must be able to share high-res photos of your work in .jpeg or .png format.

You may also send in responses to the Monday Writing Prompt to be published on the blog. We will only select a few of our favorites to be published, submission to the Writing Prompts does not guarantee publication. Submissions to the Writing Prompts are always open. 

How to submit:

Send your original and previously unpublished work to daphnemag.editor@gmail.com

If the submission is for a writing prompt response please put WRITING PROMPT in your email subject heading. Include which writing prompt you are responding to in your cover letter.

Copy and paste submission into the body of an email. No attachments will be opened and submissions will be deleted!

Please include a short bio, 75 words or less, in your cover letter.

Please wait six months before resubmitting.

Questions? Check out our FAQ

If accepted, Daphne Magazine will claim First Electronic Rights and First North American Rights, meaning that publication here at Daphne Magazine must be the first publication to feature the work online and/or in print.

 

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