Saturday, 24 May 2014
IRISH PAGES IRISH PAGES is a biannual journal edited in Belfast - They are accepting Submissions
Submissions can be made at any time. For a variety of reasons, they only accept postal submissions (with stamps, coupons or cash for return postage, though no self-addressed envelope is needed). They advise all potential contributors to read carefully the ABOUT section of their website and, if possible, to familiarize themselves with a copy of the journal. It is available at independent booksellers and several chain bookshops throughout Ireland and Great Britain. Back issues may also be purchased on-line via the website or from Kennys Bookshop. No more than eight poems or two prose pieces should be submitted at one time, or within any six-month period. The Editors aim to respond within eight months. If work is accepted, an electronic copy may be requested.
Phone queries regarding the submission process are accepted. The Editors occasionally commission non-fiction work (only). Submissions, in both Irish and English, should be sent to the relevant editor at the following address:
129 Ormeau Road
Belfast BT7 1SH
Tel: 0044 (0) 28 90434800
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