Award-winning Canadian literary journal The Capilano Review (est. 1972) is soliciting submissions for the Spring 2017 issue (no. 3.32). For this issue the editorial staff are curating prose and poetry related to “food”—submissions will explore the needs (45%), pains (40%), and pleasures (15%) of food. Although the editors are seeking mostly poetry, they also will review short fiction, essays, and artwork related to the theme.
Writers have the creative freedom to write engaging prose and poetry that ties to the theme, written in any style, including contemporary or experimental.
Word length: up to 5K for prose; up to 8 pages of poetry.
Payment: $50/page, up to $150. This is for First Serial Rights and limited digital rights.
Reading period closes April 1, 2017. Read writer’s guidelines at The Capilano Review’s website.
The Capilano Review is published thrice yearly by Capilano University. An issue averages around 100 pages of high-quality literature written by emerging and well-established local and international writers who are exploring or broadening the boundaries of traditional styles and contexts.