The Ilonat Review is an Israeli journal of creative writing in English currently looking “for poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and anything in between that binds itself to a pattern or a limit. Whether it’s a Larry Smith-style Six Word Memoir, a 100-word story, a 250 word essay, a haiku, sestina, or syllabic poem, we want to see it. Although we are interested in form-related constraint in this issue, we are also happy to receive conventionally structured work in which the notion of constraint (or lack thereof) is explored on a thematic level.”
You can read more about them on The Review Review‘s site, including Josh Medsker‘s five star review of their Winter 2013 issue, as well as an interview with editor Janice Weizman by Stanley Trice.
For this CONSTRAINT themed issue, they “are especially interested in works with a formal constraint.” You can read more about poetry constraints and the Oulipo poetry movement here: A Collection of Oulipo Exercises.
DEADLINE: Nov. 30, 2015
SUBMISSION FEE: None
FORMS: Poetry, Fiction, Creative Non-fiction, Graphic Art