CFP: [Rhetoric-Composition] Micro-Lit-Crit (Journal) (3/14/08)

full name / name of organization: 
Corrine Jackson
contact email: 
dashjournal@gmail.com

Submission Guidelines
Dash is an annual journal dedicated to publishing the best poetry,
fiction, and criticism that is short, open-ended, and emphatic. In a
world that is focused on the quick and condensed, quality is often
neglected. Our goal at Dash is to seek and nurture authors who can create
a meaningful discourse in a small space. It is our mission to publish
new poetry, fiction and criticism from both established and emerging
writers in the English language.
• Fiction and Micro-Lit-Crit submissions should not exceed 1,500
words, double-spaced. Micro-Lit-Crit is a thought-provoking work of
Literary Criticism done in 1,500 words or fewer.
• Poetry submissions should not exceed 16 lines. Submit 1-4 poems
for consideration.
• Art submissions are considered for cover art and can be emailed
to dashjournal_at_gmail.com. Digital images of your artwork should have a
minimum 300 dpi resolution. Art may be printed in black & white if used
inside journal.
• No previously published work will be considered for publication
• Work must be typed and single or double-spaced.
• Simultaneous submissions are considered, but please notify us if
your work is accepted elsewhere.
• The deadline for our first issue is Friday, 3/14/08.
Send your submissions:
By email
        Email your submissions to dashjournal_at_gmail.com. Use
SUBMISSION
in the
        subject line and paste your work into the body of the email. We
only accept
        attachments in Microsoft Word.
By mail
        Mail your submissions to the address below. Be sure to send a
self-addressed,
        stamped envelope (SASE) along with your typed, double-spaced
work.
California State University, Fullerton
Dept. of English and Comparative Literature
Dash Journal
800 N. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831-3599
Rights
Dash obtains rights to use your name and the accepted work (whole or
part) on our website. Beyond this use, and following publication, rights
revert to the author. We ask that Dash be acknowledged in any subsequent
publication of the work. Writers featured in Dash will receive one issue
of the journal as payment.

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cfp categories: 
rhetoric_and_composition