Lit N’ Image always seeks literary fiction and visual art

My friend and colleague Kimy Martinez runs Lit N’ Image – which always seeks literary fiction (2,000 or fewer words) or visual art submissions. Their Winter 2010 issue’s up, complete with writing from Tom Mahony, Jered Ward, and Kate Wyer, among many others.


LITnIMAGE retains one-time electronic publishing rights for all accepted art and literature. Published work will remain archived indefinitely, and all authors retain their copyrights.LIT — LITnIMAGE accepts traditional and innovative literary fiction (sorry, no genre fiction, poetry or non-fiction). Stories must be unpublished and fewer than 2,000 words (exceptions made only for the exceptional). Submit one story or up to three flash stories via email as an attachment (.doc or .rtf) to Include your last name and story title in the subject field. You may include a cover letter within the text of the email if you wish.

IMAGE — LITnIMAGE accepts painting, drawing, photography and sculpture submissions via email as JPEG files. Send as many as five files (file size of 1MB or less each suggested) to us by email to  Please use file names that are your last name, followed by a dot (period) and the title of the work. For example, if Bob Smith submits a work titled River, the file name would be smith.river. All types of art will be considered, but provocative work that is outside of the mainstream is of special interest to us.

We will try to respond within four to six weeks (and often sooner). Simultaneous submissions are encouraged, but please let us know immediately if your story or artwork is accepted elsewhere. If we choose to publish your work, we will ask you for a short bio in MS Word and a headshot photo in JPEG format.

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