Call for Poetry Submissions – Abridged 0-70 ‘Apocrypha’ – Deadline 28th April
Abridged magazine invites submissions of poetry for its forthcoming issue Abridged 0-70 ‘Apocrypha’.
The full submission call and details can be found here: www.abridged.zone/abridged-0-70-apocrypha-submission-call/.
‘… To ask about the Apocrypha is to ask about truth and its limits, the power of stories and information and their withholding, the dangers of knowledge and ignorance, about who we trust with decisions about what to reveal and what to conceal, and why they decide. With Abridged 0 – 70: Apocrypha we invite submissions reflecting on truth, knowledge, secrets, interpretation, curation, mystery, ambiguity, power, visibility, doctrine, belief, certainty, liminality, contradiction, influence, chaos, text, repression and (as ever) fear.’
Read the full submission call at www.abridged.zone and send up to three poems. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org as MS Word file or similar. Please include your name and a short bio in the email. There is no fee for submitting. (A small fee of €50 will be paid for publication in this issue.)
Abridged is a magazine of new poetry and art, and a wider curatorial project. Every issue is themed. Abridged 0-70 ‘Apocrypha’ will be published on our online exhibition space www.abridged.zone. The visual art for this issue will be selected from this year’s submissions to our collaborators Belfast Photo Festival. This issue is supported by Arts Council Ireland.
Deadline 28th April 2021