Willawaw Journal Fall 2018–Submissions Deadline: September 1
I hope you will be inspired by Washington Poet Laureate Samuel Greene’s Grandmother, Cleaning Rabbits. Find more about the poet laureate, his Poem Prompt, and the editors’response here.
In addition to Samuel Green’s poem, I am inviting potential contributors to address, in a poem or artwork, the author with whom they would most like to have a conversation.
You know how a book can live with you for years? Maybe a character talks to you in your head off and on? Well, take this opportunity to talk back!
Share the impact of the author’s work or the character’s psyche on how you think, write, and move in the world. (As always, feel free to subvert the prompt.)
Regular submissions are always welcome! There are NO READING FEES.
How to Submit?
Poetry and Art Submission Guidelines
Please send up to five poems (previously unpublished) or up to three images of original artwork. Simultaneous submissions are fine. Please notify us immediately if your work is accepted somewhere else. For prose poetry, please limit to 500 words or less.
To submit, please email your poems or images to this address: email@example.com:
- POETS should include up to five poems in the body of the email.
- ARTISTS should attach their images to the email, include materials and dimensions, and a brief artist’s statement (optional).
- Include your name in the subject line
- Indicate if you want to use initials or a different name to credit your poem or artwork.
- Include a very short bio. (25-50 words) with up to one link to other work. It would please the editor if you placed yourself on the world map (state, region, country, etc.). If you send more than 50 words or more than one link, the editor may refuse the submission or will take the material into her own hands–beware!
- The journal is free to all and there are no reading fees! Unfortunately, there is no payment to contributors at this time.
Note: Cover Art will be drawn from the Submissions and used for promotional purposes. The cover artist may also be asked to make the image available for a limited print-run of fine art, fundraising posters.
Copyright returns to the poet or artist upon publication. The journal retains the right to hold the text or image in the archives.