Polychrome Ink (est. 2016) is a bi-annual literary arts magazine committed to honoring diversity in literature. The editors have re-opened submissions for the next issue (Vol. 5).
Polychrome Ink showcases poetry collections, short stories, short narratives, and essays that celebrate all diversity, not just cultural. This includes LGBTQIA+, Neuroatypical, and Disabilities as well. The editors will consider most topics and genres, except those outlined in its submission guidelines.
Word length: under 1K words for flash fiction and short essays; between 1K and 5K words for long prose; and up to four pages per poem.
Payment: $15 per short prose; $25 per poem; and $40 per long prose.
Reading period closes December 1, 2017. Submit to Polychrome Ink at its website.