DIAPHANOUS (FALL, 2017) SUBMISSIONS: JULY 15 – AUGUST 31, 2017

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES [also posted on our website]

Please see our MISSION STATEMENT on www.diaphanouspress.com and inaugural issue of DIAPHANOUS (SPRING, 2017) before submitting work.
READING PERIOD: JULY 15 – AUGUST 31, 2017
We are unable to accept any submissions prior to July 15, 2017 but do welcome queries sent to
diaphanouspress@gmail.com

LITERARY ART
POETRY: Submit 2 – 5 poems (beginning a new page for each poem) in ONE Word document TITLED:
POETRY LAST NAME, FIRST NAME DIAPHANOUS FALL 2017
and a SECOND Word document with a short, third-person BIO TITLED: LAST NAME FIRST NAME POETRY BIO DIAPHANOUS FALL 2017
to: diaphanouspresspoetry@gmail.com

FICTION: Submit 2 – 5 very short fiction pieces (maximum 1000 words: flash, short shorts, micro fiction) in ONE Word document TITLED: FICTION LAST NAME FIRST NAME DIAPHANOUS FALL 2017
and a SECOND Word document with a short, third-person BIO TITLED: LAST NAME FIRST NAME FICTION BIO DIAPHANOUS FALL 2017
to: diaphanouspressfiction@gmail.com

VISUAL ART
Please submit 2 – 5 images (a separate jpeg for each TITLED: TITLE OF WORK ARTIST LAST NAME FIRST NAME (images of original, unpublished paintings (traditional and digital), photography (traditional and digital), sculpture (traditional and digital). Minimum resolution 300wpi. Please note: we need to format in a minimum of 500 pixels for the journal.
With your submission, we need ONE Word document that lists the TITLE, ARTIST FIRST NAME, LAST NAME, MEDIA DIMENSIONS of each image submitted AND a short, third-person bio TITLED: LAST NAME FIRST NAME BIO ART DIAPHANOUS FALL 2017
to: diaphanouspressart@gmail.com
MULTI-MEDIA [pieces that combine more than one visual medium): please query us first at
diaphanouspress@gmail.com to see if we can accommodate your submission in DIAPHANOUS (Fall, 2017)

We look forward to reading and seeing your latest and greatest, unpublished work! Thank you for your interest in Diaphanous Press.

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