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Call for Submissions

Call for Submissions

PRAXIS MAGAZINE FOR ARTS AND LITERATURE is calling for submissions from Artists and Writers all over the world. Categories open for submissions are: 1) Photography Chapbooks, 2) Essays on Arts and/or Literature, 3) Prose/Fiction 4) Podcast recordings of Spoken Word poetry or Interviews with Artists or Writers, 5) Stories/Poems/Essays written in indigenous African languages (accompanied with English translation), 6) Poems in written in English. PLEASE NOTE  THAT SUBMISSIONS OF NEW POETRY CHAPBOOK MANUSCRIPTS  WILL NOT BE READ AT THIS TIME.
Praxis Magazine is a platform for artists and writers to commune, debate, and progress their craft respectively. It cover literary events across Africa, give voice to emerging writers and artists, and even promote literature in indigenous languages, e.g Yoruba, Hausa, Swahili, Naija Languej etc. It is equally interested in promoting podcast culture in Africa which is why they have a podcast feature on our website that is dedicated to Interviews/Discussions on matters concerning Arts and Literature in Africa as well as Spoken Word poetry. It hasalso publish reviews of Books and Films. Articles on any form of art, or introducing any particular artists, are welcome.
General Guidelines
1 – All contributions should be original works of Contributors.
2 – Contributors should indicate their names, followed by a biography of not more than 150 words, at the bottom of their submission(s).
3 – Contributors should state where they are writing from (e.g Lagos or New York)
4 – Contributions should be sent as attachments with genres properly indicated (e.g Name_Genre).
5 – Submissions should not have been previously published, either online or in print. (For chapbooks, this means the work as a whole should not have been previously published.  Manuscripts where individual photographs have been previously published as long as the venue of initial publication is listed on an acknowledgments page at the end of the manuscript will also be accepted.
6 – Each contributor can send between three (3) to five (5) entries for each or every category.
7 – Ideally,short stories of up to 3000 words are accepted.
8 – If submitting manuscripts for the digital chapbook series, please review and adhere to the additional guidelines below.
Poetry submissions (English or indigenous language with English translation) may be emailed to — all other submissions may be submitted to
POETRY CHAPBOOK SUBMISSIONS ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL WE HAVE PUBLISHED ALL THE MANUSCRIPTS WE HAVE ALREADY ACCEPTED. Photography chapbook submissions remain open, and are highly encouraged. Please see further guidelines below.
Additional Guidelines for Photography Chapbook Submissions
1 – Please send a manuscript with a title page, table of contents, 16-36 photographs with titles (embed no more than one photograph per page), acknowledgments, and photographer’s biography. Additionally, please accompany each photograph with some text or context – this can be notes on where / when the photograph was taken, its significance in the series, or something else. (We are open to other text possibilities, including hybrid Poetry / Photography chapbooks.) If the photographs are part of a series, please include a brief introduction to the series (one to five paragraphs) in your email cover letter.
2 – When your manuscript is received, we will review it and, if  it would be a good fit for the Praxis digital chapbook series, you  will be contacted and notified. At that time, we will ask you to send the photographs we’d like to include as individual JPGs; it is not necessary to send the JPG files as part of the original submission, but do have them available upon request.
3 – If  your manuscript is declined, you will be notified in a mail will . We may also, at our discretion, offer to publish one or more of the pieces as cover art for upcoming offerings in our Poetry Chapbook series

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