Fairy Tale Review
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
GENERAL SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Specific guidelines for print and digital submissions to Fairy Tale Review can be found below. We ask that all submissions adhere to the following general guidelines:
- All work must be submitted using our Submittable portal. We do not accept submissions via email or postal service.
- Submissions must be previously unpublished, both in print and online.
- Writers should submit only once in a given genre per submission period, unless encouraged to submit again by our editorial staff. Multiple submissions will go unread.
- Simultaneous submissions are welcome. Please note as such in your cover letter and withdraw the submission immediately if accepted elsewhere. Withdrawals can be done through Submittable. If you’ve submitted a packet of poems and must withdraw one but would like the rest to remain under consideration, please add a note to your submission in Submittable and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fairy Tale Review is committed to contributor diversity and inclusive engagement. We strongly encourage submissions from women, indigenous writers and writers of color, LGBTQA+ writers, and members of otherwise marginalized or underrepresented groups in mainstream publishing.
Our editorial staff is small and entirely volunteer-based. We hope to respond to all submissions within 4 months.
THE CORAL ISSUE SUBMISSIONS
Fairy Tale Review will be accepting submissions for our sixteenth issue, The Coral Issue, from March 27, 2019 to July 31, 2019. The Coral Issue will not be themed. However, we invite with special interest environmental fiction, poetry, and essays. Flora and fauna, weather and aura, and so forth.
For prose: Writers may submit up to 8,000 words of a single piece or up to three flash pieces each under 1,000 words combined in a single document. We welcome short fiction and nonfiction, as well as excerpts of longer works. Prose submissions should be formatted with standard margins, double-spaced, 12-point serif font, and include page numbers.
For poetry: Writers may submit up to 5 poems, totaling no more than 10 pages.