Graze // issue three
Graze is a semi-annual literary magazine based in Chicago's Logan Square neighborhood that focuses on what's on the table as much as the folks sitting around it. We're interested in the stories that food tells about us—after all, our collective and individual human histories were nourished by the food that we made, smelled, ate, threw up, fucked up, and loved. Graze's first two issues are available at bookstores in Chicago and New York, as well as at grazemagazine.org.
We are now seeking submissions for graze // issue three, which will be released in April 2013, and we'd like you to contribute some literary scribbles to this project by December 20. Suggested formats include . . .
A piece of fiction—humorous, serious, or not quite either
A journalistic look at food politics
A play or scene
A pseudo-scholarly look at food in literature, history, music, or film
A creative non-fiction essay
A weird, surprising thing that you put together
Please limit written pieces to 5,000 words. Questions and submissions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.