Submissions

1001 is the Independent Publishing Resource Center’s print journal, online interview series and live reading series. We publish prose, poetry, comics and image + text.

Email 1001editors@iprc.org to submit, or if you have any questions.

Submissions open December 1st and close March 1st. The journal comes out in May.

BASIC GUIDELINES:

– Simultaneous submissions are allowed. Please inform editors immediately (via email) if your submission has been accepted elsewhere.

– No previously published work will be considered.

– If you are currently in the IPRC Certificate Program, great! But you’ll have to wait til next year to submit… (but please do so then!)

If you have a question, please inquire here: 1001editors@iprc.org.

We look forward to reading your submissions!

POETRY SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES:

Please submit 3-5 to poems in one attached .doc or .pdf file to 1001editors@iprc.org. Include your name and “POETRY SUBMISSION” in the subject line. You may use the body of the email to include a cover letter if you wish.

PROSE SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES:

Word length should be between 15 and 2000 words. Do not submit genre fiction, excerpts from longer works, book reviews, or interviews. Please send only one submission, unless your work is under 400 words, in which case feel free to send up to 3 pieces in a single file attachment in .doc format. All submissions should be double-spaced and should include a brief cover letter. Send all submissions to 1001editors@iprc.org. Include your name and “PROSE SUBMISSION” in the subject line.

COMICS SUBMISSIONS GUIDELINES:

Please send 1-6 pages formatted to fit 8.5 x 5.5″ (color or black and white) in .png or .pdf format to 1001editors@iprc.org. Include your name and “COMICS SUBMISSION” in the subject line. You may use the body of the email to include a cover letter if you wish.

IMAGE AND TEXT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

Please send 1-6 pages formatted to fit 8.5 x 5.5″ (color or black and white) in .png or .pdf format to 1001editors@iprc.org. Include your name and “IMAGE AND TEXT” in the subject line. You may use the body of the email to include a cover letter if you wish.

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