little somethings press is closed for submissions for the inaugural issue.
What gnaws at your bones? What keeps you writing? This journal is seeking all things flash and micro—memoir, fiction, and poetry—that delve into the grittiness and beauty (why not make room for some optimism) of modern life. Confessions, rants, lessons learned, rebirths, regrets, and anything else are welcome as long as they fit on one page.
Prose must be no longer than 250 words. Poets can submit up to 4 micropoems of 50 words each, or one poem no longer than 15 lines.
Please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org in a single Word document by March 15th.
Simultaneous submissions are allowed, but please send an update if your work is accepted elsewhere.
All rights revert back to the author upon publication.
Acceptances will be printed in a hand-bound journal featuring pen and ink and cut and paste illustrations. Writers will receive a contributor copy and will have the opportunity to read at the journal’s launch in Phoenix, Arizona.