Submissions to Reopen July 1st

Hello, all Sea Giraffe readers, writers, and people accidentally stumbling upon this site (I think they have a website for that now) completely by accident. We have good news and bad news. The good news is that we will be opening back up for Submissions on July 1st. The bad news is that you already know that because it was included in the headline for this blog post.

As always (you know, since we have been around for such a long time), we will be accepting poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. We’re also always open to your pitches for reviews and interviews, as well. Actually, we will consider pretty much anything creative, so feel free to pitch us whatever you have. Our ears are always open, and they always will be, unless we discover a way to close them.

Anyway, July 1st is the day we begin accepting submissions for our 3rd Wave. Sea Giraffe‘s first two waves were spectacular, and we expect nothing less of our third wave. There will be no submission fee. The date that submissions will close has yet to be determined, but expect it to be August 1st at the absolute earliest.

Feel free to spread the word.

Until next time, comrades.




About Sea Giraffe

Sea Giraffe is a new online literary magazine that aims to publish poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction from any and all writers, whether they are published or putting their very first words onto paper. Good writing is good writing, regardless of your previous accomplishments. As long as your head is above the water, you can breathe the sky. View all posts by Sea Giraffe

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