Parhelion Literary Magazine

Call :: September 30 Deadline to Submit to Parhelion’s Fall 2020 Issue

Don’t forget that there’s one month left to submit work to literary magazine Parhelion for their Fall 2020 issue. Deadline to submit is September 30. Parhelion is accepting poetry, fiction, flash, and creative nonfiction submissions for their Fall 2020 issue. Their growing magazine represents an eclectic mix of voices from all over the country, with styles ranging from classic to innovative. They are passionate about discovering new writers! For more information about PLM, check out their website.

Call :: Online Lit Mag Parhelion Fall 2020 Issue Open to Submissions

Deadline: September 30
Parhelion is accepting poetry, fiction, flash, and creative nonfiction submissions for our Fall 2020 issue. Our growing magazine represents an eclectic mix of voices from all over the country, with styles ranging from classic to innovative. We are passionate about discovering new writers! For more information about PLM, check out our website. We recently released our Summer 2020 issue featuring work by Rebecca Jensen, Connor Fisher, Kim Stoll, Chris Kassel, Mary Ann Samyn, and more.

Call :: Parhelion Fall 2020 Issue

Deadline: September 30
Parhelion is accepting poetry, fiction, flash, and creative nonfiction submissions for our Fall 2020 issue. Our growing magazine represents an eclectic mix of voices from all over the country, with styles ranging from classic to innovative. We are passionate about discovering new writers! For more information about PLM, check out our website.

Call :: Parhelion Open to Feature Submissions

Submissions accepted year-round.
Parhelion is always accepting features, including: book reviews, author interviews, articles on writing, literary events, and other related topics. We also run CNF, fiction, flash, and poetry as features—although we typically pull those from the specific category calls. For more detailed information, please check out our call on Submittable. parhelionliterary.submittable.com

Reclamation of a Name

Parhelion - Winter 2020Magazine Review by Katy Haas

In the latest issue of Parehlion, readers can find a selection of poetry by Sierra Lindsay. In this set of four poems, “The Line Between” especially stood out to me.

In this poem, Lindsay explores her name in three stanzas. The beginning draws readers in and explains the origin of this study: “I get lumps cut out of my breasts & on the hospital   bracelet, last name first.” The second stanza studies the name as it’s used by people she “shouldn’t be         fucking,” and the last stanza focuses on the name as it stands on a workplace name tag as customers question its source. The ending is explosive with its reclamation of her name and the power there, “I will put your name on my / tongue &       make you taste it.”

The layout of the poem makes it even more enjoyable to read, along with Lindsay’s careful construction of language that ebbs and flows.

Parhelion Literary Magazine – Winter 2020

Parhelion - Winter 2020

The Winter issue of Parhelion Literary Magazine invites readers to change up scenery and put on someone else’s shoes with fiction by Linda Boroff, Lyndsey Ellis, Sierra Lindsay, Mark Jacobs, and Garrett Zecker; flash by Julie Benish and Anthony Tao; nonfiction by Margaret Erhart; and poetry by David Dodd Lee, Sierra Lindsay, Richard Long, Adriana Medina, Jim Moore, and Austin Segrest. Also in this issue are three book reviews; five interviews; and more essay, stories, poetry, and photography in our “Features” section including work by Darren Morris, Leeta Harding, Charles Duffie, Rebecca Moon Ruark, Valley Haggard, Julie Whitehead, and more.