Prose and poetry writers are invited to submit their best material to the filling Station (est. 1993), a Canadian letter and arts magazine published three times annually.
Writers can submit various forms of fiction (flash fiction, short fiction, experimental fiction, etc.); nonfiction (interviews, articles, reviews, critical essays) and creative nonfiction; and poetry (traditional and experimental).
The editors need prose and poetry that experiment with the restrictive margins of genre, style, methodology, format, etc.
Length: up to 10 pages for fiction stories; up to 12 pages for nonfiction; up to 6 pages for poetry.
Token payment: $25/submission plus a complimentary subscription. Read contributor’s guidelines at filling Station’s website.