Aunt Chloe: A Journal of Artful Candor
Aunt Chloe is a journal for people who have reclaimed the spaces denied them by cultural and historical tyranny. She belongs to any of us who have been pushed out of the spotlight, yet through art, literature, and dialogue have re-chosen where we belong.
Aunt Chloe welcomes submissions for its 2009 issue. We accept poetry, fiction, nonfiction (essays, articles, reviews, memoir), interviews and conversations, and visual art. We like work that tackles issues of the political, personal, mundane and earth-shattering in artful and candid ways, with the intent of illuminating the overlooked and the disregarded.
Our reading period is September 15-February 1. All submissions must be received by the deadline.
Poetry: 3-5 poems
Fiction: max. 2000 words
Essays, Articles, Reviews: max. 1000 words
Personal essay/memoir: max. 1500 words
Interview/conversation: Before embarking on any type of interview or conversation, please query.
Art: Please give us details about the format of the artwork before sending it.
For submissions by mail, you should include a brief cover letter with your name, mailing address, email address, phone number and the titles of works submitted, as well as an SASE and a brief biographical note.
All submissions should be addressed to:
350 Spelman Lane, SW
Campus Box 323
Atlanta, GA 30314
You will be notified by email upon receipt of your submission.
For email submissions, include the same personal information indicated above in the body of the email. All files should be in Microsoft Word .doc format only. Submit multiple poems as one file. Give the file an appropriate title excluding your name, but including the genre (e.g., “3 Love Poems”). The same applies for all other genres: file names should contain submission title and genre.
Send all submissions to email@example.com
Simultaneous submissions are fine, but we must be notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.
Please expect a decision within five months.
Payment for publication is in the form of two copies per contributor. Authors retain all rights to their work.
Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org