Starting this coming December, we will be fee-free for the months the seasons change over: March, June, September, December.
To read more about Tinderbox and what they are looking for, read their Interview with the Editors on Duotrope here. From their submissions page: “When asked what we are looking for in our work, we can simply say, writing that causes that little shiver. We don’t have restrictions on form or content, and we are interested in the established to emerging writer.”
Before submitting, make sure to read their current issue to get a feel for the types of work they publish. Specifically, don’t miss the stunning poem “Yankee Swop” by Ruth Foley. If you appreciate the work, please consider offering your support via a small donation on their Submittable page.
For more info on submitting, read my Submission Tips here.
DEADLINE: December 31, 2015
FORMS: poetry, lyric, hybrid, reviews, conversations, essays on poetics/craft/writing life