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Anomaly Literary Journal


"Call for Submissions! Anomaly Literary Journal: Issue 3
Anomaly Literary Journal, founded by Lorcán Black, Oliver Tatler, Roseanna Free and Joseph Birdsey, came into being because we wanted to create a literary journal that, from the outset, selected only the best of up and coming and established poets, artists and writers.

We are now taking submissions for Anomaly: Issue 3 in September.

For poetry:
We ask that you send a cover letter with a brief bio (in the 3rd person), with no more than six poems in an attachment (.doc, .docx, .rtf formats please or if you prefer, in the body of the email. Whatever is easiest for you). Poems are not limited to a particular length, though we do ask you be reasonable. Please see Issue 1 and Issue 2 for a reference to the kind of styles we enjoy.
For fiction:

Again, no more than six pieces per submission (as an attachment) and include a cover letter, and a short bio in the third person. Please try to adhere to a reasonable word count, I'm afraid due to time and effort, this will have to be limited to an absolute maximum of 2,000-5,000 words per piece.

Though we do enjoy very short fiction and flash fiction we can be picky with this as we typically tend to prefer pieces we can sink our teeth into but we will consider anything between 2,000-5,000 words. This does not, however, rule out flash fiction for consideration.

Any and all subjects are welcome but again, like poetry submissions, we will take only the highest quality no matter what the style.

Non-fiction/Commentary:

There are no rules for non-fiction, except adherence to a word-count of between 2,000-5,000 words on any topic and up to three submissions at once.

Art submissions:

Any artists with some decent experience (or none if it's good!) are welcome to send their work and a profile of themselves, their work, their themes etc (but this is not necessary, it's entirely up to you). We are open to all styles of artwork, please ensure it is a high resolution however- it makes our lovely Joseph Birdsey's job much easier!"


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