Limbo Magazine accepting submissions

Anya Olsen ’11 writes:

Wesleyan’s newest literary magazine, Limbo, is proud to announce it is officially accepting submissions! We welcome all written work, be it poetry or prose, fiction or nonfiction. Even if you’ve already submitted to a campus litmag this year, we welcome what else you have! And if you’ve never submitted, this is your chance!

The way Limbo works is different than other literary magazines on campus. We have an initial submission deadline (this Friday), after which anyone who has submitted or expressed interest in editing will receive a compilation of all submissions. What follows is “Workshop Week,” in which authors will receive anonymous feedback on their pieces and be able to make any edits they would like, and then re-submit their pieces. The final submission deadline is next Friday, by which date all submissions must be in.

If you want to be involved in any capacity, with or without submitting, send us an email at limbomagazine@gmail. We’d love to have you involved!

Limbo’s initial deadline for submissions is Friday, Nov. 7; the final deadline is Nov. 14. Send submissions to limbomagazine@gmail, and check out their blog.

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4 thoughts on “Limbo Magazine accepting submissions

  1. rep from limbo

    it’s not scary! you can treat it just like any other litmag if you want, with a deadline on the 14th.the extra stuff is optional. we just liked the idea of opening up the process so that more people were able to be involved, be it by submitting, giving feedback, or simply helping to choose what gets published.If you submit, there’s also what we see as the added bonus of receiving feedback on your work from other people passionate about writing.

  2. rep from limbo

    it’s not scary! you can treat it just like any other litmag if you want, with a deadline on the 14th.

    the extra stuff is optional. we just liked the idea of opening up the process so that more people were able to be involved, be it by submitting, giving feedback, or simply helping to choose what gets published.

    If you submit, there’s also what we see as the added bonus of receiving feedback on your work from other people passionate about writing.

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