While Ethel seeks a wide variety of writing and art, Ethel is particularly interested in the voices of women, the LGBTQ community and people of color. Overall, our main interest is in work that helps us rethink the accepted (and often worn-out) stories that we have become used to.
Ethel seeks poetry, art, micro-fiction, micro-plays, micro-essays, personal essays,
paragraphs from your thesis, prophesies, lists of facts,
letters of protest, diagnoses, letters to the editor,
lists of baked goods seen at the local Socialist bake sale,
album reviews, book reviews, translations,
difficult math equations that you have solved,
drawings of miniature dresses
and so on.
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Submit to Ethel Zine:
Send up to five pieces of writing and/or art
with Zine Submission in the Subject line.
(Because the zine and small and handmade, please make sure, if you are submitting micro-fiction or the-like, that it is less than about 500 words.
Ethel is currently closed to submissions for Ethel 4, out in August, but is accepting submissions for Volume 5, which should be out in January of 2020.
* Please note: Ethel is currently scheduled with chapbooks and mini-books until February of 2020. You may still submit, just know that it will take Ethel a while to get to it.
Submit a Chapbook*:
Send anywhere from 10-40 pages of writing and/or art
with Chapbook Submission in the subject line.
Submit a Mini-Book*:
Send up to 20 miniature pages of miniature writing/art
with Mini-Book Submission in the subject line.