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  • If you ve come to this page that means you came because you are interested in submitting to Mad Swirl. For that we thank-you. we are very pleased with the response we have received from our fellow mad ones to contribute their work to this collective community. This mad swirlin creative outlet is...
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  • We are in the process of gathering MAG eZine - Modern Marketers "How To" Guide's submission guidelines.
  • A Global Literary Journal Writing Across Spiritual TraditionsPoetry, short story, nonfiction, book excerpts, essays, interviews, book reviews, and visual art, and media that address interfaith edges, archetypal themes of spiritual passage from any tradition, or the spirituality of relationship...
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  • We will not be publishing a Summer Issue this year. You are more than welcome to send in submissions at any time, but we will not be reading until August for the fall 2008 issue.Submission Guidelines on the SitePoetry, proposals for reviews and visual arts.There is no shortage of really nice art...
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  • Metaphysical Times is looking for quality metaphysical and pagan content for our paper. We serve a large pagan audience and would like more diverse perspectives on metaphysical topics, including spirituality, religion, divination, witchcraft, and more.Payment: $0.05 USD per word up to 1200 words...
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  • Changing the World One Issue at a TimeWhat We Want: Neutral news based articles relating to pagan holidays, metaphysical shop openings, new services available, and reports about and from events that are open to and accepting of the pagan community. Text based interviews with pagan business...
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  • We are in the process of gathering MetatronMag's submission guidelines.
  • Select Page Designed by Elegant Themes | Powered by WordPress TRENDING: Neil Tetkowski: Art and Activism...
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  • Midway Journal accepts submissions of aesthetically ambitious work that invokes the colliding and converging energies of the fairgrounds. Midway Journal seeks to publish a variety of styles and diverse voices. We especially welcome marginalized voices and authors from underrepresented communities...
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  • Featuring a review of the 6 song EP "Opal" by Maston, "Stilts" by Ian Donnell Arbuckle, "Red" by KD Bryan, Claudio Parentela's eXTra finGer Interview with Alex Chavez, the exciting conclusion of "The Case of the Open Windows" by Krista S. Givens, and another beautiful cover painting by Matt Bray....
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  • MenuOn Distance by Julia ArmstrongLeaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight by Shelby ClarkElegy for a Methodist by Dorsey CraftThe Love Ridge Loop by Abbie KieferHuman Study by Tyler KlineWintering Over by Judith SkillmanThe Pheasant Speaks and Sawing Season by Nick StanovickDecay by D.S....
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