We are looking for work by young local artists and writers (middle school-college). That being said, everyone can submit no matter your age or school. We want a diverse pool of contributors and a broad audience!
Please submit your poetry, prose, short stories, creative non-fiction, photography, digital art, drawings, paintings, song lyrics, videos, voice recordings — anything that you are artistically passionate about. There are no formal limitations on content that can be submitted. We may occasionally put out calls for writing and art centered around a specific theme but all work will still be accepted during those times.
Submissions are open all year round. There will be a winter publication and a spring publication and works submitted until December will be considered for the winter publication and works submitted until May will be considered for the spring publication. The blog will be updated all year round and all works will be considered for publication there.
Our literary magazine comes in two forms, a hard copy literary magazine, and an online blog. Writing and art will be considered for both the magazine and the blog. However, some work might be only on one platform or another. If we feel your work isn’t what we are looking for, we will ask that you re-submit another time.
So, what are we looking for?
We want pieces that wrench our hearts and make us think. Send us your late-night thoughts, your daydreams, your innermost passions and murmurings, your reflections and speculations. Send us pieces that you feel.
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org that includes a short cover letter (your name and a couple sentences about you and your writing/art. No more than 100 words) and a pdf or jpeg of your work. The subject line of your email should be “submission”.
Submit your work here
Disclaimer: Carnegiea Literary Magazine publishes young artists’ work through an online blog and a seasonal print. When submitting work, you are giving Carnegiea Literary Magazine the right to commercially redistribute the work. You still hold copyright ownership over the work.