Due to the volume of submissions received during our previous submission period, we have decided to change the start date for our winter submission period.
Submissions for the Winter 2018 issue will now open July 10th, and will close October 10th.
If you sent a piece to us after March 10th and before July 10th, we will not begin reviewing it until July. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter.
We look forward to reading and reviewing your work!
Volume II is now live! Click here to read the latest issue.
Many thanks to our beloved contributors and readers for making this possible. We hope you enjoy Volume II!
Contributors: Ray Ball, Robert Beveridge, Valentina Cano, Wanda Deglane, Rachael Gay, Tim Goldstone, J. Blake Gordon, Jenny Keto, Mateo Lara, Jennifer Lothrigel, Caleb Lovelace, Ben Nardolilli, Terese Mason Pierre, Erin Pulsipher, Tom Reed, Lauren Suchenski, Thomas Zimmerman, Erik Bergstrom, Philip Berry, Cristina Bresser, Amy Freeman, David Hartley, Abi Hynes, RB Kelly, Kat Monnin, Dan Nielsen, Andrea Salvador, Rahul Shirke, Yael van der Wouden, Carolina VonKampen, Chris Beckitt, Harshal Desai, Fabrice Poussin, and CR Smith.
Submissions for our Summer 2018 issue are now closed.
We received a vast number of submissions during this period, and we are so grateful for all of you for sending your work to us. We are excited to put together this issue for you all to read. It will be available to read for free online in May.
Additionally, we will be adjusting the start and end dates for our Winter 2018 submission period. We will be sure to post the new timeframe on our blog and social media as soon as a decision has been made.
In the meantime, we ask that you please refrain from sending submissions. We remain open to questions and inquiries, and also encourage accepted contributors to email us any updates they wish to make to their bios prior to the publication of Volume II.
Thank you all! Further updates are forthcoming.
We’ve exceeded our cap for written submissions (poetry and fiction). Submissions for art and photography will remain open until March 10th. Any written pieces sent to us before the deadline will be taken under consideration for our Winter 2018 issue instead.
Thank you all for your contributions! We are impressed by all the high quality works we have received. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We are happy to announce that we have officially opened donations for our magazine. If you would like to contribute to the growth of our magazine, please consider donating by checking out the donations page.
Donators will be mentioned in a special thanks in the acknowledgments section of our upcoming issue (unless they request to remain anonymous). Please note that you are not obligated to donate in order to enjoy or submit work to our magazine. Déraciné remains 100% free to read.
We appreciate each and every one of you for your continued support. We strive to continue growing and improving our magazine, and much of our success is thanks to our outstanding contributors and readers.