Moonsick Seeks Submissions

Moonsick MagazineMoonsick Magazine is currently accepting works of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry from significantly female-identified people and non-binary folks.

They seek stories between 5 and 1500 words that ring with sincerity. Short is good. They will also take non-fiction including essays, interviews, and so on under 1500 words. Poetry is welcome, except haikus. Up to three poems per submission.

Stuff They Like:
This poem about by Colette Arrand.
This poem by William Matthews.
These poems by Katie Schmid.

This story by Amy Hempel.
This story by Mary Miller.
This story by Kevin Maloney.
This story by Margaret Malone.

After carefully reading the above guidelines, send all submissions in the body of an email to Emails with attachments will be deleted, unread. Please provide a short, print-ready, third-person bio with your submission.

Find complete details here.

About Angela Yuriko Smith

A former news journalist, Angela Yuriko Smith retired to write fiction. Her prose and poetry have been published in several print and online publications. She has nearly 20 books which include dark and speculative fiction for YA and adults, books for children and two collections of poetry. Her first collection of poetry, “In Favor of Pain,” has been nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award. When not writing, she teaches creative writing at Northwest Florida State College.
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