|Photo courtesy of Whispering Prairie Press website|
I'm not sure if someone in the writing universe picked up on that vibe, but in the past few days I've received e-mails announcing some submission opportunities.
The latest one is from Whispering Prairie Press, which is seeking submissions for their magazine, "Kansas City Voices."
If you're like me, you have questions:
Do I have to live in Kansas, Kansas City, or Missouri to submit? No, you don't.
What are the editors looking for? Prose, poetry, and art of all media.
Does it cost to submit? Nope. Submissions are free, but there is a limit on how many works you can submit.
Does this publication pay? Yes. According to their submission guidelines: "If your work is accepted for publication you will receive a small payment and one copy of the magazine. All payments are made in U.S. Dollars."
When is the deadline? Submissions are accepted until March 15.
What's the word limit? Details, including word count and formatting, can be found on this submissions link.
Those are the bare bones of the call out. Be sure to check out the website to find out the specific requirements, and good luck if you send something.
Now, I have some questions:
Have any of my visitors ever been published in "Kansas City Voices?"
If so, how was your experience?
Also, do you know of any markets open to submissions?