diaphanous micro 2018 – submission guidelines
Please see our MISSION STATEMENT and the SPRING 2017 and Fall 2017 issues of Diaphanous on our website BEFORE submitting your own original, UNPUBLISHED literary and visual art.
PLEASE NOTE: our aesthetic / poetics is on the spectrum of EXPERIMENTAL AND POSTMODERN per our more detailed mission statement. We welcome creative work that challenges and blurs the boundaries of genre and styles/schools of literature and visual art. We champion polyphony, multiple POVs, language-centered texts vs. the conventional “I-centered” lyric, poetic and narrative “density” (compression), prose poetry, hybrid, hyper-text, micro-fiction; literature that is beautiful and/or unusual.
READING PERIOD: please contact Krysia Jopek at email@example.com to query before submitting your art or writing.
POETRY: Submit 5 – 8 poems (beginning a new page for each poem) or a longer sequence poem (10 pages maximum) — each separate poem should have a title or an overarching title of a sequence or selection from a larger, unpublished work. We welcome poems of all lengths and colloborative poetical texts also (ten pages maximum for total submission).
FICTION: Submit 5 – 7 very short fiction pieces (maximum 750 words) of micro-fiction (up to three pages total for micro-fiction with a title for each), flash, and hybrid.
Please submit 8 – 18 images of original paintings (traditional and digital), photography (traditional and digital), architecture (models photographed or digital). Minimum resolution 96 dpi. Please note: we need to format in a minimum of 500 pixels for the best possible viewing of our journal.
Please feel free to query us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We encourage those who submit to LIKE our our Diaphanous Press facebook page to stay abreast of any announcements and features of our literary and visual artists.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO READING YOUR FINEST, UNPUBLISHED CREATIVE WRITING and VIEWING YOUR FINEST VISUAL ART.
Thank you so much for your interest in and support of diaphanous micro.
Founder and Editor of DIAPHANOUS PRESS