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Saturday, March 19, 2022

Fleas on the Dog Open 4 Submissions Issue 11


Deadline: March 31, 2022

fiction poetry plays nonfiction quality does it style chutzpa rock on epic awesome activist fun serious goofy grandiose mainstream beat hot experimental new wave kick ass yum yum try us a whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on emergent voices mature voices magic voices literary sci/fi dirty realism beckett marquez angry young men the plays the thing free verse blank verse no verse universe no frills game changing dude quintet funny my god hurry hurry see our guidelines 4 details runs march 1 to 31 bang on: editors@fleasonthedog.com

We have an open call for submissions, March 1-31, 2022. 

There is no submission fee. 

There is no remuneration for work we publish, either, but what the heck, you're going to be famous! We'll get back to you in about 30 days, hopefully sooner. (Why should it take months?)

Fiction/Nonfiction: Up to 5000 words. Length is less important than quality. For works longer than 5000 words query the editors about possible serialization.

Submissions should be on a Microsoft Word doc or docx file. Use a sensible font. Double space format. Stuff like grammar and sentence structure  is important unless your work deliberately exploits bad grammar and lack of structure. (We can tell the difference.) 

Include a brief bio with your submission and publishing credits, if any. Send your submission as an e-mail attachment to editors@fleasonthedog.com (or type in the link in the email address).

Include the genre (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or play) and title of your work in the subject bar.  

Simultaneous submissions are okay, just let us know when your work is accepted elsewhere. Multiple submissions are not okay unless solicited. Submit to only one category per issue. 

We retain the first rights of your work for a period of three months. After this time rights revert back to the author. If you should republish the story/article please acknowledge that it was first published by www.fleasonthedog.com

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