Laurel Moon Needs Submissions

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Laurel Moon, Brandeis University’s oldest literary magazine, is now accepting submissions for our first national issue.

For more than twenty years, Laurel Moon has published the best fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry that Brandeis students have to offer. Beginning this spring, Laurel Moon will accept submissions from undergraduates enrolled at any accredited US college or university.

Call for Submissions

The submissions deadline for the first national issue of Laurel Moon is March 16, 2018. For this issue, we will be accepting original, unpublished work written in English and Russian. We will consider up to five poems and three prose works from each author, as well as up to fifteen pages of content in another form.

We encourage writers to submit early! Writers who submit on or before March 1st will have the option of receiving workshop-style feedback from the staff of Laurel Moon and resubmitting their work with edits.

To see our full submission guidelines and instructions, please see the submissions page on our website.

Thank you for your time,
Anne Kat Alexander and Danielle Rock
Editors-in-Chief

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