We’re delighted to announced that Issue 31 of From Glasgow to Saturn is now open for submissions!
As ever, we’re looking for the very best writing that the University of Glasgow’s students, staff and alumni have to offer.
Over the course of the current team’s editorship we’ve published a wide range of prose, poetry and essays from some of the biggest names in Scottish writing along with work by many fantastic up and coming new writers.
The work we’ve published is an indication of the incredible standards of Scottish writing at the moment and we don’t expect Issue 31 to be any different. We’re looking for writing that challenges and provokes, dazzles, shocks and above all entertains!
The closing date for submissions is 9th June.
Prose fiction – One piece. 3,000 words is the upper limit, but we welcome much shorter pieces also. Please include a brief synopsis if you’re submitting an extract from a longer piece, such as a novel.
Poetry – You may submit up to 3 poems at a time, with a maximum total length of 120 lines.
Essays – We’re looking for lyrical essays and articles on the craft of creative writing: 1,000 words at the most.
For full details of how to submit please visit http://glasgowtosaturn.com/submit-work/
And before submitting, please familiarise yourself with the magazine by visiting http://glasgowtosaturn.com/archive/ where a full archive of all past issues is available.
Our independence themed Issue 30 is available for download at http://glasgowtosaturn.com/latest-issue/
As well as providing a platform for established writers, the magazines will also give new writers the opportunity to make their publishing debuts, and we exist to help these writers shine.
We look forward to receiving your submissions.
Shaunagh Jones | Calum Maclean | Kevin Scott