SUBMISSIONS TO WORDPEACE 
WILL BE OPEN APRIL 1 - 30, 2017. 


Call for Submissions for WORDPEACE, a semi-annual online journal of literary response to world events. Poetry, short fiction and non-fiction articles welcome


General Submission Guidelines:

We are looking for poems, stories, CNF essays, personal essays, reviews and interviews that reflect or are in conversation with world events. We want work which asks for positive change, critiques the status quo, is forward thinking, and takes a stand in the face of corruption and greed, brutality, xenophobia, homophobia, prejudice, genocide and oligarchy. 

Lori Desrosiers, Poetry Editor, Publisher 
Lisa C. Taylor, Fiction and Non-Fiction Editor
Monica Barron, Non-Fiction Editor




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Poetry: Include 3-5 poems in one (1) doc, docx or pdf file. Do not put your name or other identifying information on your poems. Submittable will keep track of that for you. We are looking for poems that reflect or are in conversation with world events. We want work which asks for positive change, critiques the status quo, is forward thinking, and takes a stand in the face of corruption and greed, brutality, genocide and oligarchy. All styles of poetry are welcome including prose poems and form poems. 


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Non-fiction: Submit reviews, personal or lyrical essays, articles or interviews up to 3000 words in one (1) doc, docx or pdf file. Do not put your name or other identifying information on your work. Submittable will keep track of that for you. We are looking for pieces that reflect or are in conversation with world events. We want work which asks for positive change, critiques the status quo, is forward thinking, and takes a stand in the face of corruption and greed, brutality, xenophobia, homophobia, genocide and oligarchy.

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Fiction: Submit short fiction of up to 3000 words in one (1) doc, docx or pdf file. Do not put your name or other identifying information on your story. Submittable will keep track of that for you. We are looking for stories that reflect or are in conversation with world events. We want work which asks for positive change, critiques the status quo, is forward thinking, and takes a stand in the face of corruption and greed, brutality, xenophobia, homophobia, genocide and oligarchy. Flash fiction of up to 1000 words is also welcome.