MacroMicroCosm Literary & Art Journal
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Last edited June 15, 2017
We are open for speculative fiction poetry, prose (fiction & non-fiction), graphic novels & art. Stories should be a mix of sci-fi, fantasy, magic realism & futuristic, and non-fiction pieces should tie in to the theme of the greater work and include either literary theory, philosophy, or science.
What to Submit:
Prose: We accept works between 500 - 7,000 words in the speculative fiction & non-fiction genres. Multiple pieces may be submitted as long as the total word count is maintained.
Review: We accept book, music, art show & concert reviews between 300 - 600 words.
Poetry: We accept between 1 - 5 poems per submission, to a max of 50 lines each.
Art & Photography: Submit a 1-page abstract and up to 5 pieces to review.
Unreleased Work: Currently, we are not accepting reprints.
Simultaneous Submissions: We accept simultaneous submissions, if your piece gets accepted elsewhere, tell us.
How to Submit:
CANSub - AUTHOR LAST NAME - TITLE/S - TOTAL WORD COUNT MMC# (Canadian Authors)
INTSub - AUTHOR LAST NAME - TITLE/S - TOTAL WORD COUNT MMC# (International Authors)
In your email please provide:
Publications/showings author/artist has been featured in. Bio: 250 Words + any awards/grants + Twitter + Blog/Website
Synopsis/Abstract of work/s (Under 300 words)
All literary submissions must be in the following format:
Courier New 12 pt. Font, Double-Spaced/DOCX/Pages
Header: Author Name / Working Title / Total Word Count / Page Number
All visual submissions must be in the following format:
High Res TIFF/PDF; 300 dpi
All email submissions may be sent to: literary @ vraeydamedia.ca
Failure to follow Guideline will result in your submission being tossed.
A quarterly literary & art journal celebrating speculative fiction, culture review and creative professionals. If it's weird, fantastic, magical, sci-fi or futuristic, it's here. We created a safe space for diverse, weird, fantastic, magical, sci-fi or futuristic fiction, non-fiction & art. Home of the weekly #MMCMonday Writing/Art Contest.
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