fwriction : review
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
fwriction : review is now accepting submissions. Reading and publication will be done on a rolling basis. As we continue to receive an increasingly high number of submissions, we ask that you please be patient during our reading and editorial process. Thank you, because, well, you rock.
We accept works in all prose genres, as long as the writing either melts faces or rocks waffles. That is your mission.
Please submit as follows:
Fiction & Nonfiction: under 5,000 words
Translation: same as above
Please do not send more than one piece per submission.
Please wait to hear from the editors before sending in more work.
We now accept translated works of fiction and nonfiction. Please review the above guidelines for word limits and multiple submissions.
In addition to the translated work, please include a statement granting fwriction : review the following: permission to publish the translated work(s) and acknowledgement that you have acquired the rights from the original author/publishers to publish your translation.
(Note: these guidelines do not apply to self-translated writing; for such work, please submit via the regular prose categories.)
We are currently accepting interviews for our Writer Squared series, featuring writers in conversation with writers. Please query the editors before submitting an interview. An interview should only be submitted once it has been approved by the editors.
Simultaneous submissions are fine, though not previously published material.
All rights remain with the author. Unfortunately, fwriction : review is unable to pay its contributors, but your work will have a wonderful, nurturing home, complete with a link and posting on the blog, as well as on Twitter and Facebook. We want as many people to read your fantastic work as possible.
New issues will be released approximately once a month, giving each featured piece and author ample time to be showcased.
If you have any questions, feel free to send us an e-mail. Looking forward to reading your work—rock some waffles!