A Public Space Guidelines Information
Frequency: 3 times a year
Website URL: https://apublicspace.org
Description: A Public Space is an award-winning literary, arts, and culture magazine. A Public Space also has a books division.
Editor(s): Brigid Hughes
Needs: Fiction, essays and poetry.
Payment: Payment specifics are not mentioned in the online guidelines.
Tips: In a short interview with Bookstr, editor Brigid Hughes tells aspiring writers, "Take a risk. Embrace your own vision. Have a spirit of play. Also read the magazine before you submit, at least a random sampling; see if you can hear a music in what they publish."
There is also an interview with the editors available on Duotrope that A Public Space links to from its submissions page.
How to Submit: A Public Space is open to submissions from October 15–April 15. Submit using the Submittable page or by mail. Submit up to 1 story or essay at a time and up to five poems.
Response Time: about four months
Guidelines Url: https://apublicspace.org/about
Address: A Public Space 323 Dean Street Brooklyn NY 11217
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2019-02-15
Image Credit: A Public Space
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