Recruiting Stories for a Literary Magazine

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A new, unique literary magazine is being created by yours truly and is open to submissions of any kind.

Submitted: April 14, 2018

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Submitted: April 14, 2018

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I intend to create this literary magazine to give people and myself more exposure for their writing on a more official level, and because it’s just fun for everyone. Instead of writing and publishing online, which everyone can do, I am creating a chance for beginning authors to be published by someone else. This would be my first ever literary magazine and would be an experimental first issue. The best feeling in the world is to be appreciated by someone else, and here is that chance. There will be a high acceptance rate of stories at first, enabling everyone to have the exciting opportunity to be published by someone else.

 

Guidelines

I am looking for creative, interesting fiction. It can be whimsy, profound, or even depressing. Anything will do. But, there are some things that are not accepted. I will not accept hate speech, erotica, anything inappropriate… Otherwise, there are no rules. Let the ideas flow wherever you want them to flow. You can submit something you created aeons ago, or just make a new story. Next is age. What age must you be to be accepted? You can be any age. As long as you can arrange letters in an entertaining way, you are viable to be accepted. However, I will only accept up to three stories per person. I don’t want any one person to dominate the magazine. The word limit has not yet been decided, but I won’t publish something if it takes up half of the magazine.

 

Legalness and stuff

You will be allowing me to publish your stories giving you recognition under any name you chose. I will not own the stories, and if you want me to remove one of your stories I will easily oblige. You may post/publish the stories I accept wherever you want, and if that place happens to require full rights and does not want your work published elsewhere, tell me and I will no longer publish it. I do not want to hinder your writing career if better opportunities arise.

 

Benefits

I cannot pay you for your stories, most unfortunately. I am granting you the opportunity to be published by someone else. With help from you, this magazine could gain recognition. In a perfect world, your family members will be proud of what you achieved and show it off to your family and friends. That means other stories will be read by your family, and other families will read your stories. Eventually, if this magazine becomes established enough, it will be more than that initial small group. That is why this magazine would be very cheap to buy online. You will also receive a free online copy of the magazine if you send in a submission whether you make it in or not. Another benefit is that if you don’t make it in, I will tell you why you were rejected and what you can do to be published. That would be enabling you to improve as a writer.

 

If you have any questions, just comment or private message me. If you have any submissions, also comment or private message me.

 

Good luck, and I hope to see some submissions soon.

 


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