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- The Red Brick Store
- Send potential blog posts for consideration to submissions [at] theredbrickstore [dot] com
- Dialogue welcomes articles, essays, poetry, notes, comments, letters to the editor, and art. Submissions should follow the Chicago Manual of Style. Electronic submissions are preferred. Send attachments in Word or WordPerfect to editor [at] dialoguejournal [dot] com. Please provide mailing address and phone number.
Submissions may also be made in printed copy. Mail three copies to
Dialogue Submissions Office
P.O. Box 99
Prides Crossing, MA 01965.
Phone: (508) 527-1657.
For submissions of visual art, consult the editor for specifications via email or by phone at (508) 527-1657.
Allow eight to twelve weeks for review of all submissions. Submissions published in Dialogue, including letters to the editor and brief notes, are covered by our Publication Policy, under which the author retains the copyright in the work and grants Dialogue publication permissions.
- Irreantum is a refereed journal published twice annually (Fall/Winter, Spring/Summer) by the Association for Mormon Letters. We seek to define the parameters of Mormon literature broadly, acknowledging a growing body of diverse work that reflects the increasing diversity of Mormon experience. We wish to publish the highest quality of writing, both creative and critical. We welcome unsolicited submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and plays that address the Mormon experience either directly or by implication. We also welcome submissions of critical essays that address such works, in addition to popular and nonprint media (such as film, folklore, theater, juvenile fiction, science fiction, letters, diaries, sermons). Critical essays may also address Mormon literature in more general terms, especially in its regional, ethnic, religious, thematic, and genre-related configurations. We also seek submissions of photos that can be printed in black and white. We welcome letters and comments.
Submission Instructions: Please send letters and submissions to irreantum [at] mormonletters [dot] org. If you do not have access to email, mail your text on a floppy disk or cd to Irreantum, c/o AML, PO Box 1315, Salt Lake City, UT 84110-1315.
Submissions on paper are discouraged.
- Our emphasis is on new writing and artwork created by Latter-day Saint women. We encourage contributions from beginners as well as practiced amateurs and professionals.
Submissions may be prose, poetry and art, or reference in nature. For detailed guidelines, see our submissions page at Segullah.org.
- Sunstone is interested in feature- and column-length articles and essays relevant to Mormonism from a variety of perspectives, news stories about Mormons and the LDS Church, and short reflections and commentary.
Poetry submissions should have one poem per page, with the poet’s name, mailing address and email on each page. A self-addressed, stamped envelope should accompany each submission if the submission is being made via the postal system. Short poems – haiku, limericks, couplets and one liners – are very welcome.
Short stories are selected only through the annual Brookie and D. K. Brown Memorial Fiction Contest (next submission deadline: 30 June 2009, $5 fee per story).
Letters for publication should be identified. Sunstone does not acknowledge receipt of letters to the editor.
Submissions should not exceed 8,000 words and must be accompanied by a signed letter giving permission for the manuscript to be filed in the Sunstone Collection at the University of Utah Marriott Library (all literary rights are retained by authors). Manuscripts will not be returned. Authors will be notified concerning acceptance within 90 days.
Send all correspondence or manuscripts to stephen [at] sunstonemagazine [dot] com.
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