Call for submissions: Praxis Magazine Online (Open call)

Praxis Magazine Online is currently inviting submissions in four genres: POETRY, FICTION, NON-FICTION, and JOURNAL STORIES. Specific guidelines for each area appear below, along with the email address for submissions in each genre. Praxis Magazine encourages new and existing contributors to review the guidelines carefully; submissions that do not adhere to the guidelines will be returned unread.

Praxis Magazine will also be adding two additional genres, REVIEWS and ART / PHOTOGRAPHY in the near future, so check the website regularly for updates: http://www.praxismagonline.com/

 

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POETRY
Poetry must be the original, unpublished work of the author. Praxis will consider poems that have appeared on personal social media accounts, but not ones that have previously appeared in print or online journals, anthologies, or collections.

The editors will consider simultaneous submissions, but do email them immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere so they can remove it from consideration.

Each submission should include two to five poems.

Praxis is open to traditional and experimental styles, including prose poems, as long as the poem as a whole is aligned to the left margin.

The team would be delighted to consider poems in indigenous African languages (Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Swahili, etc., including Naija Languej) if they are accompanied by an English translation.

A bio statement of no more than 150 words should appear at the end of the Word document, and should include, at minimum, where you are writing from (e.g. Lagos or New York).

Poetry submissions should be sent to poetry@praxismagonline.com

Please find full guidelines, including how to format your submission here

FICTION
Fiction must be the original, unpublished work of the author. Praxis will consider stories that have appeared on personal social media accounts, but not ones that have previously appeared in print or online journals, anthologies, or collections.

Each submission should include one to three stories. The suggestion is stories between 500 to 3000 words.

A bio statement of no more than 150 words should appear at the end of each attached Word document, and should include, at minimum, where you are writing from (e.g. Lagos or New York).

Fiction submissions should be sent to fiction@praxismagonline.com

Find full guidelines for fiction submissions, including formatting text here

NON-FICTION / ESSAYS
Essays must also be original, unpublished work.

Each submission should include one to three essays. The preference is for essays to be between 500 to 3000 words.

A bio statement of no more than 300 words should appear at the end of each attached Word document.

Non-fiction submissions should be sent to essay@praxismagonline.com

Once more, find full guidelines here

JOURNAL STORIES
“The writer Teju Cole in his Eight Letters to a Young Writer advises any aspiring writer to keep a journal and write in it every day.” Do you keep one? Why not send it to Praxis Magazine Online for consideration.

You can read the full CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – JOURNAL STORIES from the magazine’s Assistant Digital Editor, Carl Terver.

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Praxis Magazine for Arts and Literature is a digital company whose mission statement is “to create a rallying point for writers and artists to commune and progress their craft(s). The magazine showcases unique arts, literature, podcasts and performance poetry from both established and emerging writers, artists and poets.” Find out more about them here



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