David Eide, Editor
Detailed Submission GuideLines: http://www.sunoasis.com/submit.html
C/OASIS seeks both literary and informative articles about e-publishing and
the writing profession, including:
Literary work: "Mostly poems and stories, since those are the appropriate
forms for the web... The editors respond to artful poems that have some
consciousness of the poetry written in the 20th century. For short stories,
interesting twists are more valuable than character analysis."
Personal essays: "Evocative, personalist, complex, wise observations, etc.
Writing for writers: "Articles that deal with problems writers encounter in
the electronic publishing age."
Commentary: "Take on something in the real world and deal with it, enhance
it with resources, and keep it under 2000 words."
Accepts e-mail submissions. Payment offered.