Thinking of submitting to New England Review? Our submissions period has changed. Art submissions and NER Digital submissions are temporarily closed. For translations, please confirm that translation rights are available.
Our mandate is to provide a venue for narrative of all forms from fiction and nonfiction, to poetry and photo essays. Submissions received during these times will be considered for the issues published in the or calendar year. We accept simultaneous submissions. Please indicate in your cover letter if you are sending your piece elsewhere and notify us immediately if it is accepted somewhere else.
We ask for first world serial rights and the right to archive your work on the website. Copyright reverts to the author upon publication.
We hope to increase the amount in the future. What to send Fiction and creative nonfiction We like narrative: Creative nonfiction submissions should be factual.
Poetry Send us your best work. From odes and haikus to free verse and sonnets, we welcome poems in any form. Please upload each poem separately. Translations We accept English translations of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction written originally in French.
If possible, please include the original work on which the translation is based. If we like your piece and choose to publish it, you will be required to provide proof of permission from the copyright holder of the original work to translate and publish the translation.
Obtaining permission can take time, so please do so before you submit! All files should be named with their proper titles as you would like them to be displayed on the site. If your piece is selected, you may be asked to submit print-ready files for a print-on-demand copy of your issue. Photography Tell a story in 12 photos or fewer.
Together, your photos should create a narrative — whether abstract or concrete — and have something to say. Send a Word or PDF doc with your work pasted in it and include a statement, captions, and any other relevant text.
If your work is selected for publication, we will contact you for a high-res version of the photo essay. Submit one pitch only. Solicited pitches will re-open on November 1, Please include your country of residence and the following elements in your pitch: A brief summary of your idea 2.
Why you are the right person to write the post 3. Once you have registered, created an account, and uploaded your work, you can come back to check your status.
Depending on when you submit, please allow enough time for us to process the submissions and make our decisions. Please keep in mind that we are a largely volunteer organization and that we have limited resources and time. But we will look at your work.Do you like photography? Is there a photographer lurking inside you?
If so, then it’s time to unleash your talents! TheWomanInc invites photographs on the theme of women empowerment as we celebrate a photo essay special feature from October to December Last date for submission 31st December Rules: 1. All photos should relate. Guidelines for contributors.
At carte blanche we believe there is more than one way to tell a story. Our mandate is to provide a venue for narrative of all forms from fiction and nonfiction, to poetry and photo .
Teen Ink, a national teen magazine, book series, and website devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos and forums. Students must be age 13 . [email protected] Our guidelines for the photo essays: Any theme you like -We reserve the right to reject the photo essay anytime before publication.
SUBMISSIONS ARE ALWAYS OPEN. SEND US SOMETHING THAT EXPRESSES WHO YOU ARE AS LOUDLY AND WONDERFULLY AS POSSIBLE. WE LOVE YOU! Long Reads. Long-form narrative journalism in The Walrus focuses on issues relevant to Canadians, in the fields of politics, international affairs, the arts, the environment, health, science, sports, and so forth.
Good articles are distinguished by thorough research, access to sources (when relevant), interesting characters, and the ability to tell .
Essay Contests. Almost from the earliest days of the Naval Institute, its essay contests have been one of its most important functions.
On 13 June , with Commander Alfred Thayer Mahan as acting Chair, the Naval Institute adopted rules for the first essay contest––the General Prize Essay Contest.