arc: submission guidelines
The 30th issue of our literary journal arc is currently in preparation.
The 31st issue is not yet open for submission.
For your reference, the following were the guidelines for the 30th issue;
but guidelines for the 31st may differ.
The editors, Simon Lichman and Michael Kagan, will consider original, unpublished poetry and short stories (flash fiction) in English. No translations or essays will be accepted for this issue.
You do not have to be a member of IAWE to submit your work. A number of pages will be reserved for contributions from outside Israel.
· Submit 1-3 poems, not exceeding 50 lines per poem, or prose of no more than 1,000 words, together with your name, a short bio, and contact details, all in a single file in Word format where the Word document title is your name, and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Do not submit more than one file.
· Please use 12-point Times New Roman, single-spaced for poems and double-spaced for prose.
Contributors retain copyright and may also republish. We ask only that you acknowledge that the poem or short story first appeared in arc. The IAWE also retains the right to republish material from arc 30 in any form.
The editors are under no obligation to accept any particular submission, and their decision is final. At this time the IAWE cannot pay authors for work published, but each contributor will receive a free copy of arc 30.