Slice magazine, a literary journal published twice yearly, is now seeking prose and poetry for the Fall 2018 issue (no. 23). Slice aspires to unite the diverse talents of emerging and established writers by showcasing their works together. The editors encourage any creative wordsmith with a lively voice and an entertaining story to share with readers.
Each issue sports a particular theme upon which writers can base their nonfiction articles or interviews. The theme for Issue #23 is called “Flight.” Otherwise writers can submit unthemed material for poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.
Word length for prose should not exceed 5,000 words. Submit unpublished, original material only.
Payment: $250/story and $75/poem.
Beth Blachman serves as editor-in-chief.
Deadline: December 1, 2017. Read submission guidelines at Slice’s website.
Slice magazine was launched in 2007 by two seasoned book editors who work at prominent publishing companies with the intention of publishing high-quality literary material and supporting unknown writers who have extraordinary writing talent. (* Slice’s previous rates in July 2016 were $100/story and $25/poem.)