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Instead of trying to cope with the accelerating rhythm of techno-logical progress and social changes, one should rather renounce the very endeavor to retain control over what goes on, rejecting it as the expression of the modern logic of domination.

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You have reached us during our nonreading period, which extends from July 1 through December We do not consider submissions of any kind during this period. The online submissions system is closed. If you mail us your article, poem, or story through the post, it will simply be discarded unread.

And, as always, we will not consider any emailed submissions, now or at any other time.

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Please wait until January 1 before submitting your work to us through either the regular mail or our online submissions system.

And please read the important guidelines given below before submitting work to us; in fact, we strongly recommend that you read them now, so as to be fully informed about our procedures when the system reopens. This payment buys first serial rights in our print and digital editions, and the copyright then reverts to the author immediately upon publication.

All mailed manuscripts must include a stamped, self-addressed envelope for our reply. Submissions should be mailed to: All online submissions must consist of a single document in Word format. If you are submitting prose, the document should consist of a single article or a single story.

If you are submitting poetry, please group your poems into one document containing no more than five poems, because the online system will not accept more than a single document from each person.

Please include your name and address somewhere on the document as well as in our submission form. We do not print material that has previously been published elsewhere, and we emphatically do not consider simultaneous submissions.

We do our best to offer a quick turnaround time, so please allow us the privilege of sole consideration during that relatively brief period; writers who do not honor this request will not be published in the magazine.

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Response time for submissions can range from two days to two months. Please do not submit more than a single story or article, or more than five poems, until you have heard back from us about your previous submission. If you have not heard from us within a couple of months, you should assume that either your communication or ours has gone astray.

We strongly recommend that you stay within our length limits. As a rule, critical articles should be about to words, Table Talk items words or less, stories and memoirs words or less, and poetry lines or less.

Exceptions are occasionally possible, but longer pieces will have a much harder time getting accepted.Guidelines and requirements for poems, stories, articles, and other manuscripts sent as submissions to The Threepenny Review.

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Liguorian Author Guidelines. To have freelance manuscripts considered for publication in Liguorian magazine, please observe the following guidelines.

Articles must not exceed 2, words. Personal essays should be limited to 1, Contrary Magazine accepts submissions of poetry, fiction, commentary, and works that defy those categories, but only through this online form.

Creative Nonfiction #67, “Starting Over,” is dedicated to the proposition that we are all—always—works in progress. In nine new essays, writers come to terms with fate, test the limits of resilience, flirt with disaster, fall down, and get back up again like it or not.

ORCHIDS Magazine.

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Published since , Orchids magazine (formerly known as the AOS Bulletin) is among the many benefits of an AOS tranceformingnlp.coming with glorious full-page color photographs, each monthly issue is packed with topics of current interest for .

Guidelines and requirements for poems, stories, articles, and other manuscripts sent as submissions to The Threepenny Review.

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