Submissions to the Hart House Centennial Issue of the Hart House Reviewopen NOW until 11:59 p.m. on March 1st, 2019.
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The Hart House Review is dedicated to inclusion, diversity, collaboration, and connections. The Hart House Review welcomes racialized persons/persons of colour, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ+ persons, and others. The Hart House Review believes in the value of art from people from all aspects and areas of life and look forward to art that may contribute to the further diversification of ideas
How to submit poetry*
– You may submit up to three poems per submission period.– Each submission may not exceed 250 lines; the Review is often more inclined to publish shorter pieces.– Unless your poetry is visual or otherwise relies on typography, please use 12pt Times New Roman.– If your poetry is especially visual/experimental, you may include a short description for the Editorial Board's benefit (optional).– If your poetry includes words or passages in other languages (always welcome), please include a translation.– Please collect your work into a single .doc file.
How to submit prose*
– You may submit one short story, creative essay, or other prose work per submission period.– Each piece may not exceed 3000 words; the Review is often more inclined to publish shorter pieces.– Please use 12pt Times New Roman and 1.5 spacing unless your prose piece contains visual elements or otherwise relies on typography– If your prose is especially abstract/experimental, you may include a short description for the Editorial Board's benefit (optional).– If your prose includes words/passages in other languages (always welcome), please include a translation.– Please collect your work into a single .doc file.
How to submit artwork
– You may submit up to three visual pieces per submission period.– Any medium is welcome, as long as it can translate into print.– Please format your works into JPG files with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi.– We welcome words about your work; you may, if you wish, include a concise statement of artistic intent.
Do you have something else that you think may interest us, but falls outside the three above categories (prose, poetry, and/or artwork) listed above?Does your work combine visual art and the written word?Good. Let’s play.Please send a personal statement, a sample of the work, and a concise explanation of your idea to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*poetry and prose submissions may also enter for consideration in the Hart House Literary Contest.