Call for Submissions
Submissions are currently being accepted through March 1 for the upcoming spring issue of Rogue Homilies.
Rogue Homilies originally started as a blog featuring vignettes about life and love and God–you know, pulpit things I’d say if I were a preacher. I’m not, hence the ‘rogue’ part of it.
It turns out, there are many of me among you: would-be Pulpit People with Christ in your life and art in your bones. This publication creates a space for you: authentic voices telling stories (in whatever genre or medium) about life that smacks of the divine.
Submissions are currently open for poetry, songs, stories, creative nonfiction, personal essays, art, and multimedia. I invite you to submit your work for the premier fall issue.
The theme of the 2016 fall issue was restoration.
The theme of the 2017 spring issue is recovery.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Writers, artists, and filmmakers can submit their work for consideration by March 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Writers, please include your work as a Microsoft Word attachment (.doc or .docx) or as a Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. Please use Times New Roman 12 pt font and single space your submission. Include only the title of the piece within the document, not your name. Type the genre in your subject line (Poem Submission, Story Submission, Creative Nonfiction Submission, Personal Essay Submission, etc.), and include a cover letter and 50-word biographical note within the body of your email. Submit your work to email@example.com by March 1.
Artists, musicians, and filmmakers, please attach or link to your work. Type either Art Submission, Music Submission, or Film Submission in your subject line. Include cover letter and 50-word biographical note within the body of your email. Closed-captioning will be required to supplement film and lyric submissions. Please include a transcript for any lyrics or audio submitted as a Microsoft Word attachment or a Rich Text Format (.rtf) file. Both the title of the piece and your name should appear within the file. Submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1 for consideration.
NOW AVAILABLE FROM ROGUE HOMILIES BY LITTLE ROOM WORKS
Before submitting, you may wish to read our premier issue.
ALSO AVAILABLE FROM LITTLE ROOM WORKS
Lie/Lay/Lain: The Body in Tenses, a hand-crafted poetry chapbook by Deidre Price, is available now for $12 here.