Tuesday, 21 February 2017 18:06

Arkana: Accepting Submissions

Sponsoring Organization

Arkansas Writers MFA Program

 

Location

Arkansas

 

Until Filled

 

 

 

Arkana, the new, online journal of the Arkansas Writers MFA Program, is excited to begin accepting submissions in Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Poetry, and Illustrated Narrative. We are particularly interested in the voices of emerging writers and artists.

 

Please submit work that reflects our mission: to seek and foster a sense of shared wonder by privileging art that asks questions, explores mystery, and works to discover and uncover the overlooked, the misunderstood, and the silent.

 

Visit https://arkana.submittable.com/submit to view guidelines and submit.

 

Our Mission

Arkana seeks and fosters a sense of shared wonder by privileging art that asks questions, explores mystery, and works to discover and uncover the overlooked, the misunderstood, and the silent.

 

The Particulars

Single submissions can include up to three poems or 4,000 words of prose. Include a brief biographical statement in the submission form and feel free to discuss how our mission statement does or does not resonate with you as an artist.

 

Simultaneous submissions are completely acceptable–just withdraw your submission should you find an opportunity elsewhere.

 

We welcome submissions by established and emerging artists.

 

Additional Thoughts

The Arkana staff is not a sectarian body. We do not discard submissions, unread, based on a set of unwritten rules regarding ampersands, punctuation, or any one of the innumerable, trivial matters that do, at times, inflame the passions of our craft. We also recognize that genre distinctions sometimes defy easy categorization, and hope that you will join us in embracing the ambiguity! If in doubt about categories, just take your best guess. We simply wish to be moved by great art, and we hope to pass that experience on to our readers.

 

For Additional Information click Below

https://arkana.submittable.com/submit

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