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Monday, March 18, 2024

Stonecoast Review seeks work for issue #21 - Summer 2024 - Ethical Storytelling


Deadline: April 1, 2024 at 11:59 PM


Dramatic Works. Limit submissions to 12 or fewer pages. One submission per author, per submission cycle. We accept dialogue-driven plays, scripts, and experimental styles, including but not limited to one-minute plays, 10-minute plays, screenplays, and monologues. We are especially interested in pieces that demonstrate a commitment to questioning the “truths” we take for granted, pushing the boundaries of the status quo, and upholding the dignity of writer and audience in craft.

Please read our mission statement and the information below before submitting.

Submission GuidelinesSend submissions via Submittable only.

Please include a short cover letter and bio (50- and 100-word max. respectively).

We accept one prose submission, one poetry submission (of up to three poems), or five pieces of visual art per author, per submission cycle. Submissions that do not abide by these rules will not be considered for publication. 

Your work must be previously unpublished. (Stonecoast alumni may submit already published work for consideration as reprints.)

We encourage simultaneous submissions. However, please withdraw your submission immediately if it’s accepted elsewhere. If you submit multiple poems and one is accepted at another publication, please attach a note on Submittable identifying which poem is no longer available.

Please adhere to standard manuscript format: double spaced, 12 pt., Times New Roman font. Poetry may be single spaced. (If you tell us that diverging from these rules is integral to your piece, we will consider it.)

While we love to represent stories with raw, emotional truth, we ask that you refrain from submitting pieces featuring excessive sex, violence, assaults, or suicide. 

We will reject pieces determined to be written by the use of AI software

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