SUBMISSIONS END TODAY

Seeking winter-themed short literary works. Poems, short stories, literary non-fiction. PROSE limit 5,000 words. THEME for all pieces: Think Northern Lights, candles against the darkness, the rolling year, spirits (both in a glass and in the ether), warm hearths.

Submissions run July 1, 2021 to January 30, 2022. NOTE: long submission period, and then publication in 12/22.

Contracts & payment sent after submission period closes.

Accepted submissions pay $25/ 1 short prose piece or up to 3 poems and one print copy of the book.

Print copy of book sent after publication. (Published writers have the option to buy additional copies at cost, but no purchase is required to have the free copy mailed to you.)

Submissions accepted through Duotrope/Duosuma only.

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CURRENT CALL: July 1, 2021-January 30, 2022

Review begins when submissions close.

Notifications will begin in March 2022.

TO SUBMIT: find us on Duosuma, or go to our submissions page.

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Our thanks to you for supporting indie publishing as we support indie authors~

 

I COULDN’T POSSIBLY EAT ANOTHER THING

But it’s only some noodles…

Well, maybe some noodles I could eat.

Just what you need after Thanksgiving, a recipe for more food.

So let’s keep it light with a sneak peak at another new release from Instant Noodles, a poem by Delaware’s own 8th wonder of the world, and a heck of a great writer, Robert Fleming. You’re going to want to try his Recipe for Hard Noodles.

But, keep it on the downlow; it’s a secret.

So here’s the password: NOODLESHARD

Why are we giving away poetry for free, and early?

Because you’re special to us.

Thanks so much for your support.

Love~ Di and Dave