Thank you to all of you who submitted your work for the next issue of Writers Tribe Review! If we haven't gotten back to you yet, we're still debating on one or more of your submissions. Thank you for your patience!


Theme: "Alienation"


Submission Guidelines:



Readers Seeking Imaginative Writers

Writers Tribe Review is a multi-genre online literary magazine that accepts unpublished works of: drama, fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, creative critical essays, graphic shorts, hyptertexts, multimedia, original artwork, and photography. Please do not submit excerpts from larger pieces, unless otherwise stated in our call for submissions.

We're currently collecting submissions for our next Spring issue based on this topic: Alienation

All entries must pertain to this theme. Each piece should be no more than 3,000 words.

Submissions were due on March 15, 2014, at midnight.



Formatting

All written submissions must be submitted in a .doc or .docx file.

Each document should be double-spaced, with one inch-margins, and 12 pt font (unless the typography is pertinent to the aesthetic of a piece). MLA formatting applies where necessary.

If you are submitting artwork, please send us a hi-resolution photo. We accept all image file types.


Bios

In lieu of a cover letter, please submit a 90-word biography with your entry. Author/artist biographies should be written in third person. Please feel free to include a link to your website or your email address in your biography.

For example:

Alan Watt has won a number of awards for his writing including France's Prix Printemps (best foreign novel) for his first novel, Diamond Dogs. He is the author of numerous books on writing, including The 90-Day Novel, The 90-Day Rewrite, and The 90-Day Screenplay (in progress). He founded L.A. Writers’ Lab in 2002 as a place for writers to deepen their craft by learning the process of marrying the wildness of their imaginations to the rigor of story structure. For more information go to www.lawriterslab.com
 

Simultaneous Submissions

We more than welcome simultaneous submissions, however, once you hear from another publication, please withdraw your submission and notify us immediately.
 

Multiple Submissions

Show us what you got! We’ll accept up to three submissions per category. (So, if you like, you can submit three poems AND three photographs as well. The point is no more than three submissions per category please).
 
Contract

Once your work is accepted for publication, we will send you a Publisher Contract Agreement (see an example here).

Response Time

Please give us at least four weeks after the submission deadline to respond.


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