When One Submission Call Closes Another One Opens…(Winter 2021 submission call now open)

Or, to be accurate when two submission calls close, another one opens…

Today is the last day to submit to either the Extended Editions submission call or to the open window for general submissions, so if you’re planning to submit, please get them sent in…The deadline is midnight, last place on the planet 😉

Submissions to Winter 2021 are now open!

Whispers and Echoes is now open to submissions of poetry and flash fiction on the theme of “WINTER”. This will be our last submissions call of 2021.

Submission Guidelines

  • Keywords and themes you might wish to consider (this list isn’t exhaustive): snow, frost, ice, Winter Solstice, transition between seasons, cosiness, winter-themed ghost stories, seasonal specific fairy tales, folklore, myths and legends, winter on another planet / during a different period of history / how it might be in the future, flash fiction and poetry set in winter…
  • Our usual submissions guidelines apply: flash fiction in 100 words or under, and poetry in 10 lines or less.  The full guidelines can be found here. Please read them before submitting.
  • Please state the following in the subject line: Winter Submission – Your Name
  • Submissions open: 26 November 2021
  • Submissions close: 8 December 2021 or until full
  • Accepted submissions will be posted on the site in December 2021, perhaps into January 2022
  • Please send your submission to: deardreamingspirit@gmail.com

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


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