Submission Guidelines are here!!

GUIDELINES FOR PROSE (including Scripts and Screenplays):

We try to set word limits to 2000 words (exceptions will be made on a case by case basis, but try to keep it close). We prefer to publish stand-alone pieces, with the exception of those that were written to go with the Art of the Week piece that’s posted on the website. All content must be original; we don’t want to have to use turnitin.com. Also, please proofread (if you haven’t read your own piece more than twice, why should we?).

Things we won’t accept:

  • Fanfiction
  • “It was all a dream!” endings
  • Unnecessary vulgarity
  • Illegal confessions
  • Erotica
  • Anime
  • Memes
  • Tumblr posts
  • Unfinished pieces

GUIDELINES FOR ART:

  • No nipples (not our rule)
  • No memes
  • No anime
  • No genitalia

Please don’t turn in your only copy of an art piece; we aren’t responsible if it disappears.

We recommend that you scan the piece and send a file via the website or email to submissions.echo@gmail.com. If you don’t have access to a scanner, email us the image or print it out and turn it into the Submissions basket in room 211.

 

GUIDELINES FOR POETRY:

We accept poems in both free verse and traditional forms and have no particular length requirements. Preferably, poems are stand-alone pieces unless they were written to go with the Art of the Month piece that’s posted on the website.

Things we won’t accept:

  • Fanfiction
  • Unnecessary vulgarity
  • Illegal confessions
  • Erotica
  • Memes
  • Tumblr posts
  • Unfinished pieces

 

With Love,

The Echo

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