Call for Submissons: Agbowó Magazine (Deadline: 31 April)

We are delighted to share that Agbowó literary and art magazine is now accepting submissions.

The team is calling for visual art pieces, photographs, short stories, essays and poetry that explore to the theme “Limits”. The aim is to collect stories that dance gracefully on the limits between dream and reality. Agbowó wants poems and personal essays about people pushed to the very limits of their patience or skill. The team is not limiting you to thematic interpretations of “Limits”. Feel free to provide interpretations in form (e.g. a poem that goes on for pages or a painting or sculpture that has never been seen before in media).

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Image courtesy of Agbowó

Submissions

Please submit no more than 5 poems, 1 short-story or essay, or 5 photographs. Much more information can be found here. Please follow the appropriate guidelines.

Submissions should be sent as Word documents or high-resolution image attachments with an accompanying short bio.

You should email your submission to prose.agbowo@gmail.com, essays.agbowo@gmail.com, poetry.agbowo@gmail.com, or visualarts.agbowo@gmail.com, depending on your genre. The subject line of the email should read “Submission for Limits”.

In 2018, the Agbowó team published its maiden issue, X, which featured works by Kola Tubosun, Romeo Oriogun, Niyi Okeowo, among others.

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Categories: Call for papers, presentations, submissions and applications, Poetry, Visual Art and Artists, Writers

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  1. thanks so much for sharing

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