Tips for Submissions
These are tips provided by our editors to help your work get accepted.
Please only send one packet per submission period.
For example, folks can only send 3 poems at a time. If you send in a packet of 3 poems in July and you are rejected for this packet, you cannot resubmit until our next submission period.
For poetry submissions only, please submit your work to email@example.com. Please address your poetry submissions to our Poetry Editor, Kathy Mak. Kathy uses she/her pronouns. If you wish to use a prefix, please use Mx. or Ms.
For creative writing submissions only (such as flash fiction, essays, letters, prose, and or reviews), please submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please address your submissions to Morgan Russell, the Creative Writing Editor. Morgan uses she/they pronouns. If you wish to use a prefix, please use Mx. or Ms.
For art submissions, (such as photography or mixed media), please submit your work to email@example.com. Please address your submissions to Hailz Saga, the Art Editor. Hailz uses they/them pronouns. If you wish to use a prefix, please use Mx.
We are looking for writing to match our slogan, ‘pagsulat sa mga bulaklak, which means, ‘when writing on flowers.’ Flowers are gentle and fragile, yet convey certain emotions and messages, depending on its species. We want your coded words, your cries for attention.
We want the soft and untouched, the broken and crumbling; we want voices to share their pain, so we may heal together. We want tender love stories and wrenching heartbreak; we want to be moved to tears.
Please visit the submissions page for further information on general and issue submissions.
Morgan, our Creative Writing Editor, had this to say:
"Please stop submitting different works with the same issues, especially if I've addressed these issues and how to fix them in the last submission round.
Also, please only submit once during a reading period."