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Queries and submissions can be addressed to info @ unnamedpress DOT com. Due to the extremely high volume of submissions we receive, we cannot confirm receipt of every query. If we are interested we will contact you directly.
Mobius is a PR, marketing and distribution agency specialising in the arts with a specialism in theatre and dance. Well-regarded for our specialist knowledge and understanding of the sector, our blog, which sits within our website Is a hub for those working in the performing arts, hosting a mixture of opinion, advice, Interviews and first-person narrative. Articles are written by journalists, artists and other industry experts.
We are seeking proposals for articles of approximately 600-800 words on a topic of interest to those working in the performing arts. It's an open brief and we're keen to hear ideas for new posts to be published in 2021. To be considered, please submit a synopsis of around 100 words setting out what you would write about and say briefly why it would appeal to our readers.
We will pay £100 for any articles we commission and promote the published piece on our social media channels.
Here are some examples of the kinds of posts we've published In the past:
Ghost City Review welcomes submissions of poems, short stories, flash fiction, personal essays, adventure narratives, journal entries, short plays, monologues, translations, photographs, oil paintings, watercolors, sculptures, dioramas…. pretty much anything you can think of. We want to see it all. Show us what you’ve created.
We’re looking for new work from both emerging and established authors and artists. To get an idea of what kind of work we tend to publish, look through our previous volumes and decide whether your work would be a good fit. We do not believe in silent rejections, so you're sure to receive a response to all submissions. Our response time is around 1 - 3 months, but we usually get to the submissions sooner. If you don't hear from us within 3 months, please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ghost City acquires first publication rights, but you, the writer, still own your work. What this means is that we hold the publication rights for 30 days after you work is posted online. After 30 days, you are free to publish and submit your work elsewhere. We kindly ask for acknowledgment for subsequent reprints of your work.
Unfortunately, we are currently unable to provide payment for publication in Ghost City Review. One of our long term goals is to reach that point.
We DO NOT accept any work that has been previously published in a literary & arts journal or on an online blog. This does not include your personal blogs and social media sites, however, we do ask that you take the work down before you submit it to us for consideration.
We do accept simultaneous submissions. We even encourage them and wish you luck in getting your work published, but please notify our editors of this when submitting. Also be sure to immediately notify us if your work has been accepted elsewhere.
We do ask that you limit your submissions to three pieces per submission. If you wish, these can be works from three different mediums (i.e., a poem, a short story, and a watercolor painting).
Ghost City Review runs on a rolling submissions schedule, so feel free to submit your work at any time. We usually cut off submissions several weeks before the release of each issue. Anything not sent in time will be considered for the following month's issue.
Please include a short bio with your submission. There is no need for a formal cover letter, just a simple "hello friends!" will suffice.
Outcast looks for literary works that challenge the norm and break boundaries. We want thoughtful, inspiring and daring queer work.
Outcast publishes LGBTQ+ folk and anyone interested in queer literature and art. We enjoy cross-genre, intersectional, marginal and transgressive work.
Send in 1 original and unpublished story of upto 5000 words as a Word document to email@example.com with the subject [Prose Submission].
Send in up to 5 poems, no limit on the word/line count as one Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject [Poetry Submission].
Works in this column cover anything about queer lives and queer existence. If you have a personal experience you’re writing about, this column is the right place for it.
Send in 1 piece to email@example.com with the subject [Personals Submission].
Works in this column cover interviews, articles, blog pieces, opinions and much more.
Send in 1 piece to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject [Non-Fiction Submission].
We are not able to pay our contributors at this time but hope to do so in the future.
However, we do hold exclusive competitions and have special issues where contributors are paid for their pieces.
We respect that some of our writers may not wish to share their works under their own names. In this case, we welcome you to submit your work under a pen name.
Outcast takes the security and privacy of our writers very seriously.