Submissions Reopened (Now With Fiction & Creative Non-Fiction!)

banangolit:

The moment you’ve been on the edge of your seat for: submissions have reopened for Banango Street and will be open indefinitely! Click here to send us your work.

In addition to the normal poetry and art categories, we’re pleased to announce we’re opening our doors once again to fiction and creative non-fiction. Say hello to Banango Street’s new readers: Justin Brouckaert (fiction), Zachary Doss (fiction), and Katie Jean Shinkle (creative non-fiction):

Justin Brouckaert’s work has appeared in The Rumpus, Passages North and Gigantic Sequins, among other publications.He is a James Dickey Fellow at the University of South Carolina, where he serves as fiction editor of Yemassee. Find him at jjbrouckaert.tumblr.com or on Twitter @JJBrouckaert.

Zachary Doss lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He is the fiction editor for Black Warrior Review and Banango Street. His work has appeared in Hobart (online), mojo, and is forthcoming from Caketrain. 

Katie Jean Shinkle is the author of one novel, Our Prayers After the Fire, (forthcoming, Blue Square Press) and four chapbooks, most recently Baby-Doll Under Ice (Hyacinth Girl Press, forthcoming). She is the Associate Editor of Denver Quarterly and co-Assistant Poetry Editor of DIAGRAM

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Love,
Banango Street

andlohespoke:

So, so excited to get my copy of A cappella Zoo's 12th Issue! Huge thanks to Lisa McCool-Grime and Colin Meldrum for providing so much thoughtful feedback. And the cover by Erick Laubach is awesome, too!

Known for their great magic realism, surrealism, and slipstream, A cappella Zoo is a great magazine for genre writers with emotional sincerity :) Check them out!