Slipstream is currently reading for Issue #42. We are seeking poetry that explores the theme of "BREAD/BLOOD/BEATS." A poem could include any combination of the items or just one. Deadline for submissions for the theme issue is: May 31, 2022.
Creative interpretations are welcome. Submit up to five (5) unpublished poems in one document file only. (We consider a piece published if it has previously appeared in print or in any electronic form). Simultaneous submissions are fine but please notify us immediately should a poem or submission be accepted elsewhere--using the MESSAGES feature in Submittable.
Please do not submit again until you have received a response on the status of your current submission.
All rights revert to author upon publication and payment is one copy of the issue in which your work appears.
We prefer contemporary urban themes—writing from the gut that is not afraid to bark or bite—and shy away from pastoral, religious, and rhyming verse.
Submit black & white or color photographs, drawings, illustrations, and digital art.
Acceptable formats include: .jpg, .gif, .tif, and .pdf.
We are currently accepting work for an issue on the theme "BREAD/BLOOD/BEATS." Creative interpretations encouraged. No one piece need include all three items.
DEADLINE: May31, 2022.
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