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Pageboy Magazine Call

April 12, 2016
Splabman

Deadline April 20!

PageBoy Magazine LogoPageBoy Magazine, a local and renowned Seattle-area publication, is accepting submissions for its upcoming (May-ish) issue. Submissions will not be accepted after 4/20, so the clock is, as they say, ticking!

More info on the process and guidelines here.

Guidelines for PageBoy Magazine are as follow:

Creative Work

PageBoy accepts all genres of creative work so long as it does, indeed, work. Please limit to a sensible length, given the nature of a small magazine. We will print works up to twenty pages so long as they merit the space. Buying a copy is of course the best way to familiarize yourself with the magazine and its tendencies (!).

Critical Work

PageBoy is also seeking essays on subjects relative to contemporary work and workers (writers/artists). Send essays or queries for subjects. Essays should be no longer than twenty double-spaced pages.

Visual

We do publish one visual artist per issue. All visual art should be sent as a jpeg attachment. Each feature artist gets the cover, 4-8 page color spread in the magazine, and an in-depth interview.

Other

All work should be sent as a word.doc attachment to pageboymagazine@hotmail.com. Please include the poem/essay’s title and the word submit in the subject heading. PageBoy will respond as soon as possible 1-6 months to your work. NO SIMULTANEOUS SUBMISSIONS please.

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