Slice Magazine Guidelines Information

Slice Established: 2007

Frequency: twice a year

Website URL:

Twitter: @slicemagazine

Description: Slice is a Brooklyn-based nonprofit print magazine published twice a year. Each issue is focused on a specific cultural theme. The magazine likes to publish emerging and established writers side-by-side offering a space for both.

Editor(s): Beth Blachman, Editor-in-Chief

Needs: Stories, essays and poetry.

Length: The maximum word count is 5,000 words.

Payment: $250 for stories and essays, $75 for flash ficiton and $75 for poems.

Tips: Slice says, "we simply look for works by writers who promise to become tomorrow's literary legends." Slice has select reading periods for upcoming issues and themes so be sure to check the current guidelines for the next reading period and upcoming theme.

How to Submit: Slice uses Submittable for submissions. Submissions sent via email or post are not accepted. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable but notify them immediately if your work is accepted elsewhere.

Response Time: up to 3 months

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This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-25

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