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From now until October 31st, Superstition Review is accepting submissions of art, fiction, poetry, and nonfiction for Issue 8 to be published in early December. We are looking for innovative work that has not been previously published.

Please review Issues 1-7 to get an idea of our editorial preferences, but remember we have new staff members for each Issue who are interested in wide range of writing and art.

For information on submission guidelines go to http://superstitionreview.submishmash.com/Submit.

We look forward to reading your submissions.

Trish

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It is time again to gather your works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry  and art and ready them for submission to Superstition Review Issue 7.  The submission period for Issue 7 is from February 1 to March 31. This  marks the second issue that we will be using Submishmash, an online  management tool that allows our staff to view and handle submissions.  For information on submission guidelines  go to http://superstitionreview.submishmash.com/Submit.

The staff at Superstition Review has just completed their second week  of work on Issue 7. Our Section Editors for art, nonfiction, fiction  and poetry will soon be receiving and reviewing submissions via Submishmash  in the coming weeks during our submission period beginning February 1st  and ending March 31st. Advertising Coordinators are busy researching new  advertising opportunities, composing blogs and updating our Facebook  and Twitter pages. With an eye towards later in the semester our  Reading Series Coordinator is researching authors to feature.

As you can see, we are already making steady progress on Issue 7. Keep an eye on  the blog in the coming weeks for updates on our progress.

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The time has come once again to gather your works of art, poetry, fiction or nonfiction and ready them for Superstition Review Issue 6. Our period for reading is between now and October 31st for publication in December. For this issue we will be using Submishmash, a submissions management service that will allow staff to track and review incoming work. For more information on submission guidelines or if you’re ready to submit go to http://superstitionreview.submishmash.com/Submit or click here.

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The interns have had a week to settle in, and now it’s time for the serious work, reading period, to begin. We’re looking for fresh new works of art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for publication in Issue 5, which launches the week of April 25th. We’ll be accepting submissions from now until March 31st.

Thinking of submitting? Please refer to our Submissions Page for guidelines and submission directions. We can’t wait to receive your work!

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The submission deadline for Lux Undergraduate Creative Review is fast approaching. Submissions for fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, film, music, and art are due by Thursday, October 15th. Selected creative pieces will be published in their sixth annual issue, which is set to launch during the Spring 2010 semester. This is a great opportunity for undergraduates students to be published in a magazine that values originality, individuality, artistry, diversity, and passion.

For information on submitting to Lux please click here: http://www.asu.edu/clubs/lux/submissionguidelines.html

Don’t forget to submit and we look forward to seeing your work in the next issue!

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Did you know that, though Superstition Review doesn’t accept submissions from ASU’s undergraduate population, there’s a creative journal out there featuring the fresh talent of promising students?

Lux, now accepting submissions until October 15, is looking for work in all genres to be considered for the release of their sixth annual issue, due out in Spring semester. The print magazine features fiction, non-fiction, poetry, film, music, and art, all which can be submitted either by email or in-person at the Main Campus in Tempe. It is a wonderful collection each term because the editors are passionare about their work and embody the spirit of Lux, where they value originality, individuality, artistry, diversity, and passion, and want to see that brought out in the works they receive from the undergraduate body.

Don’t forget to apply, undergrads, and we hope to see your work featured in the future issue!

Lux Undergraduate Creative Review’s Submission Guidelines

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Hello, everyone!

Superstition Review is just getting started again for the new semester. This term we have 25 dedicated interns, which means expanded departments and teams, more editing staff, and, we hope, a higher submission pool to keep them all busy!

That’s right: it’s submission season for the journal!

Now through the end of October is the time when SR opens its inboxes to reading over manuscripts and perusing works of art in preparation for the Fall 2009 issue, which launches the week of November 24th.

We’re looking for fresh material in all four of our fields: art, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. If you’re considering submitting something to SR, please read the submission page and check out our guidelines before you submit. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • No previously published works are accepted. Simultaneous submissions are permitted, but please alert Superstition Review to a piece’s potential publication elsewhere.
  • All submissions must be done electronically. No paper submissions will be considered for publication.
  • Superstition Review acquires one-time rights. All rights subsequently revert to author.

If you believe you have something that follows those guidelines and are interested in seeing it published in the fourth issue of SR, head on over to our submission page for full details and information about sending us your work!

Superstition Review Submission Page

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