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Submission GuidelinesPlease read the following information carefully. We regret that we can't review any submissions that fail to follow these guidelines.
SurVision Books Submissions
We do not consider unsolicited poetry collections or chapbook manuscripts, however the latter can be submitted to our James Tate contest. We do, however, consider poets' queries, which should be sent to our e-mail address with the word QUERY in the subject line.
In January 2019, we'll have an open submissions period for poetry manuscripts (chapbooks and collections) by poets born on the island of Ireland, or current and long-term residents here. There won't be any submission fees for such manuscripts, and we'll consider them between 1st January and 31st January 2019. During this period, please create an account on Green Submissions and use Submission Manager to send us a sample selection of not more than 20 of your poems attaching it in one file as a .doc, .rtf or .docx document only (no PDF files, please.) Please note that this isn't a contest, and we will only publish manuscripts that are a good match for SurVision Books, if any. Our resources are extremely limited, and we won't be able to offer any criticism or advice. To familiarise yourself with the kind of work we publish, please read SurVision Magazine, or the titles we've published so far.
SurVision Magazine Submissions
WHAT TO SUBMIT
SurVision Magazine seeks Surrealist poems of any school written in English. You may submit no more that 5 poems per submission. We will occasionally consider prose poems and essays on Surrealism and Neo-Surrealist poetry, as well as Surrealism-related visual poetry.
Translations of Surrealist poems from other languages will also be considered. If you are submitting these, please make sure you include the originals with your translations and secure permissions from the copyright holders, where applicable, prior to submitting.
WHAT NOT TO SUBMIT
SurVision does not consider for publication: poems exceeding 40 lines, video poetry, haiku and other Japanese short-form poetry, flash fiction, microfiction, short stories and unrelated essays.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Please create an account on Green Submissions and use Submission Manager to send us your poems. If you experience any difficulties with Submission Manager, please let us know. We do not accept postal submissions.
Please type your poems ONE UNDER ANOTHER, with a noticeable interval between them, in the body of your cover letter.
Please DO NOT submit each poem separately; if we receive five submissions each containing one poem we'll only read the first. If you feel you must send your submission as a file, please make sure it is a .doc, .docx or .rtf file. We will not open .pdf or .xml files.
On all submissions, please include a short biographical note and indicate your geographic location.
All the poems must be unpublished original work of the author. We do accept work that is under consideration elsewhere, but let us know immediately if your poem(s) have been accepted for publication.
Please DO NOT submit your material more than once during a year.
Please DO NOT submit more than once for the same issue.
We do not publish the same writer more than once a year, and never in consecutive issues.
We normally publish between one and three poems per poet per issue.
SurVision is a web journal that comes out biannually, in early January and July. The deadlines for these issues are 20th December and 25th June. Submissions are accepted at any time. We are unable to enter into any kind of correspondence regarding any of our editorial decisions.
If your work is included in SurVision, please credit the journal as SurVision or SurVision Magazine. Thank you in advance.
All contents are copyright by the indicated poets/artists. All rights revert to the authors and artists upon publication in SurVision.
SurVision does not assume liability for copyright infringement or failure to acknowledge previously published work. Rights revert to the author upon publication. SurVision reserves the right to post any accepted work on its web page or in a printed edition of the magazine.