This is an online publication with a unique format. See the website below for details.
Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please type “Haiku and Tanka Submission” as the subject heading.
You can also submit artwork and haiga. See website for details:
Frameless Sky is a biannual publication.
December (submit between September 15 to October 15)
June (submit between March 15 to April 15)
Submissions outside of these windows will be completely ignored.
Presence is seeking haiku, senryu, tanka, other haiku-related poetry and haiku-related essays. All work should be original, unpublished and not under consideration elsewhere.
Please send only one set of haiku submissions per issue. Haiku/tanka submissions should contain 4-12 poems in the set and be printed on a single sheet —it isn’t necessary to use a separate sheet for each haiku..
14 February – 3 April 2015
1 August – 31 October 2015
Stuart Quine will take the email submissions of haiku and tanka for Presence magazine:
How to submit
For e-mail submissions, include all poems in the body of the text, not as an attachment, and use the subject line: Presence.
Email haiku/tanka/poem submissions to:
Please note that it’s a zero not a capital “O” in Stuart’s email address.
Website: Presence Submissions
Please submit between December 1st and February 15th
Please submit between April 1st and June 15th
Please submit between June 1st and October 15th
Please ensure that your submission has ‘PRUNE JUICE SUBMISSION’ typed in the email’s Subject field. We no longer include biographical details.
Send all submissions to prunejuicejournal(at)gmail(dot)com.
Website: Prune Juice Submissions
We accept previously unpublished poetry, Japanese short-forms, flash fiction, and all forms of visual art. Works that have appeared on your personal blogs, Facebook, Twitter, tumblr or flickr accounts are not considered published.
Send your work to:
February 1 – March 1
June 1 – July 1
October 1 – November 1
Submissions sent outside of these reading periods will not be read. They will be withheld until the nearest reading cycle.