The Tundish Review Issues 9 & 10
The Tundish Review is open again for original poetry and experimental writing submissions! In the first half of 2019 we're steaming towards a 9th and 10th issue that we (the editors) want you (the writer) to be a part of.

Successful submissions will be published in either of the zine's next two issues.

Who knows what the zine's musings on poetry, inheritance, and tradition will churn out in that time. Maybe you know because you have a killer poem and are ready to submit.

We want you to be polite, rude, ambivalent and absent-minded. We want you to be charged, political, scarred, and inimical. We want you to write about everything and anything. There are no themes! Our only requirement is that you do it in a weird and wonderful thing that is either poetry or experimental writing. (And also, please, follow the submission guidelines below).

Attached submission should adhere to the following guidelines:
1. Attached as Word doc or PDF.
2. Each individual poem no more than 52 lines in length. Experimental writing should be no longer than 500 words.
3. Submission documents should contain no identifying information outside what might already be in the body of the
poem itself. This is to ensure that we can read all submission anonymously.
4. Formatted in Times New Roman, size 12 font and 1.5 spaced
5. Titled, unless untitled, in which case please indicate so.

Multiple and subsequent submissions are encouraged, but please note that only one piece per poet will be published in each issue.

Submissions close 17 March 2019

If you have any queries or concerns in the meantime, don't hesitate to contact Katelyn and Nick (co-editors) via the Tundish Facebook or email:

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