call for submissions: The Iguana Review
- Call For Submissions: The Iguana Review
Since 2003 independent literary magazine The Iguana Review has been losing its flippers and evolving into a four-legged, language-loving creature. Based in the historic, artistic town of Old Greenbelt, MD, we are a community publication verging on mass expansion.
We are currently reading submissions for Issue #9 (Winter 2008).
We offer cash awards for poems.
The Iguana Review seeks high-quality submissions of poetry, prose, and visual art, with no limitations on race, gender, geography, or experience. We encourage freedom of expression. We like writing that is smart/bold/honest/fun. We will accept previously published work, though we prefer new pieces. We accept established and new writers alike. We accept simultaneous submissions. Non-English submissions should include an English translation.
POETRY: Send no more than five (5) poems / ten (10) pages of poetry. Start each new poem on a new page.
PROSE: Send one work (fiction/non-fiction) per submission, up to five (5) double-spaced pages. Please no fan fiction.
ART: Send up to five (5) pieces, photocopied, scanned, or photographed in black/white or color.
For complete guidelines, history, samples, and more, please visit:
Deadline: Sept. 15
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