Here Comes Everyone magazine
The Brutal Issue
Deadline: 30th June 2017
IMPORTANT: Due to the fantastic volume of submissions, we have filled up our free submission windows and have had to add a small £2 fee in order to upgrade and reopen them. We aren't happy with this situation, and are working to ensure it does not happen again. However, for the remainder of the submission window for Brutal, you will unfortunately have to pay this fee. Please be aware this is a temporary fix. Please email either of our Editors at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
HCE magazine is calling out for international artists and writers to explore topics related to 'BRUTALITY/BRUTALISM' in the form of poetry, short fiction, articles and artwork. We encourage bold and/or striking interpretations upon the theme.
Please read all guidelines (do not submit without reading them) and submit your work via the relevant category links below.
Magazine enquiries to be addressed to email@example.com
(NB: Silhouette Press (our publisher) is currently open for manuscript submissions! Please do not send full manuscripts to HCE. Scroll down to the bottom box to read the guidelines on how to submit your work to SP...)
We are currently open for submissions of literary works to Silhouette Press.
novels / novellas - (80-110k words)
poetry (pamphlets - 20-30 poems /collections - up to 50 poems)
bespoke non-fiction (pamphlets/articles/propaganda)
Send us a synopsis providing an overview of what you've written (200-500 words max); the body of work itself - unless a novel, in which case send first three chapters only - and a brief author bio detailing your creative writing experience so far, include websites, publication history.
Please submit work as a word document (.doc, . docx etc.)
If you have a query, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will endeavour to respond to you within three months of submission - it may take longer -where possible, we will provide limited feedback.
If we do reject your work, please do not take it as a personal attack upon our good self. Work may be rejected for a number of reasons and if this is the case, we encourage you to keep trying elsewhere.
This project is supported by the Open Access to Creative Writing project, funded by the Big Lottery.