Our next submission period begins March 15, and we welcome all Danville writers to send us your best work for consideration. Also, writers from Berkeley and Detroit and Atlanta and Paramas.
Keep an eye out for our next announcement in Poets & Writers magazine...
Of course, you're welcome to get in touch at anytime, to check in...
Each well-written poem and/or story should be in a separate file, attached to an email. Special attention will be given to submissions from writers who live in one of the 26 Danvilles around the world - We've already received new work from writers who live near Danvilles in Illinois, Indiana, Georgia and California!
Please include, in the body of the email, your current "relationship" with Danville, along with any additional biographical information (Contributor's Notes) should one or more of your submissions be selected for publication. (Yes, we're happy to consider poetry and fiction from everyone - a Danville connection isn't required.)
Here's the address: email@example.com
In general, our team prefers Times Roman (12 or 14 point) though we appreciate the urge to be creative. 1 (One) inch margins are the minimum guideline for "blank space" that serves to frame the writing.
We appreciate long fictions, and short ones, too. Our guidelines (no more than 5000 words, double-spaced) are only reflections of our hope to include as many different works by as many different writers as possible.
Consider the shape of the poem on the page (because the reader sees the poem before they read the poem...) Prose poetry and poetic prose are also welcome, but no more than 3 pages for any single poem, please.
Send us a quick black-and-white snapshot for consideration, to be published within or between stories. If selected, we'll get in touch about pixels and clarity before we go to print.