Issue #19 of Into the Void is by far our biggest issue yet! Containing 12 fiction pieces, 3 creative nonfiction pieces, 15 poems, and 11 beautiful art pieces, Issue #19 is vast, vivid and vibrant. Fiction by Sean Cunningham, Laurel Doud, Mark Foss, Jones Irwin, Chris Neilan, and more. Find more contributors at the Mag Stand.
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Issue #18 is Into the Void‘s most packed issue ever, 10% bigger than previous issues. The eye-catching cover image “Sub Seb 2” by Chalice Mitchell would really spice up your bookshelf. Inside the cover: fiction by Anne Baldo, Nim Folb, Eloise Lindblom, Karl Plank, Ash Winters, and more; creative nonfiction by Grace Camille and Bill Capossere; and poetry by Annie Cigic, Daun Daemon, Roy Duffield, Rebecca Faulkner, Molly Fuller, Beth Gordon, Chana G. Miller, and others. See even more contributors at the Mag Stand.
Deadline: March 7, 2021
Print & online literary magazine Into the Void is open to submissions of fiction, flash, creative nonfiction, poetry, & visual art to Issue #19 through March 7. Payment is $10 per poem/flash/art or $20 per long-from prose piece, a contributor copy, & a one-year online subscription. No theme & no reading fees until Submittable monthly limits reached (free submissions become available again from 12 a.m. PT March 1). Send us something that makes us feel alive. Details: intothevoidmagazine.com/submissions/.
Do you have a problem poem that’s not cooperating with you? Check out Into the Void‘s new poetry and editing development service. Poetry Editor Andrew Rihn aims to be critical but encouraging with his feedback and promises: “I’ll highlight what’s working (because there is good stuff in every draft!) while pointing out places where you can develop and invigorate your writing. I’ll prompt you to consider the poem from new angles. I’ll ask a lot of questions.”
Find out more about Rihn’s rates and what else you can expect with the editing and development of your poem at Into the Void‘s submission manager.
Deadline: December 7, 2020
Print & online journal Into the Void is open to submissions of fiction, flash, creative nonfiction, poetry, & visual art to Issue #18 through December 7. Payment is $10 per poem/flash/art or $20 per long-from prose piece, a contributor copy, & a one-year online subscription. No theme, & no reading fees until Submittable monthly limits reached. Send us something that makes us feel alive. Details at our website.
Welcome to a great issue full of vivid, haunting, charming and thought-provoking pieces with a stunning cover image by Jeff Corwin. Fiction by George Choundas, Kathie Giorgio, Rosalind Goldsmith, Alice Ting Liu, Chris Neilan, and Alexander Woods; nonfiction by Audrey Burges, Marie Kilroy, and Ellis Scott; and poetry by Dianna Vagianos Armentrout, Swapnil Dhruv Bose, James Butler, and more. See all contributors at the Mag Stand.
At the beginning of the month, literary magazine Into the Void released it’s We Are Antifa: Expressions Against Fascism, Racism and Police Violence in the United States and Beyond. The anthology features creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry from diverse writers all over the world, i.e. the US, Canada, Ireland, the UK, Greece, Nigeria, and more.
Into the Void will be donating 100% of proceeds from the anthology’s sales to Black Lives Matter Canada. In order to maximize profits, the book will only be available via Amazon in ebook and paperback formats.
We Are Antifa was edited by Heath Brougher, Jay C. Mims, Amanda Gaines, Andrew Rihn, and Philip Elliot. It features “breathtaking writing condemning fascism, racism and state-sanctioned brutality through powerful expressions of grief, rage, hope and love.”
The title is a response to Donald Trump’s declaration that the US will be designating Antifa as a terrorist organization. The editors encourage readers to check out “A Brief History of Anti-Fascism” in Smithsonian Magazine to better understand why they published this anthology and “how anti-fascism and anti-racism are inextricably linked in the fight against oppression and supremacy.”
Deadline: September 7, 2020
Award-winning print & online Into the Void is open to submissions of fiction, flash, creative nonfiction, poetry, & visual art for Issue #17 through September 7. Payment is $10 per poem/flash/art or $20 per long-from prose piece, a contributor copy, & a one-year online subscription. No theme, & no reading fees until Submittable monthly limits reached. Send us something that makes us feel alive. Details: intothevoidmagazine.com/submissions/.
Deadline: July 31, 2020
In solidarity with protesters fighting for justice and equality, award-winning litmag Into the Void is publishing, in paperback and eBook, poetry and prose anthology We Are Antifa: Expressions Against Fascism, Racism and Police Violence in the United States and Beyond. 100% of proceeds from sales will be donated to Black Lives Matter. Submit poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction which in some way concerns this topic. Payment is CA$15 per poem/flash and CA$30 per prose piece, plus a contributor copy. Over 50% of writers included in the anthology will be people of color. Submit: intothevoidmagazine.submittable.com/submit.
Online and print literary magazine Into the Void introduces a new series today: #LittleReadings. They contacted past contributors to their journal to submit a video of them reading their work and received an overwhelming response. If you have had work published in their journal, they hope you consider submitting a reading as well.
The first piece in the series is Charlie Scaturro reading his flash fiction piece “Perfect Blue Circles” which was published in their recent issue, #15.
They hope to release a few pieces a week with a weekly roundup newsletter.