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Volume III | Winter 2018—Now Live

Volume III is now live! Click here to read the latest issue.

A huge thank you to all of our contributors and readers. You have made the magazine’s one-year anniversary truly special. We hope you enjoy Volume III!

Contributors: Anne Casey, Tiana Coven, Elizabeth York Dickinson, Kristin Garth, Tara Lynn Hawk, Elisabeth Horan, Patricia Hughes, Seth Jani, Kayla King, Rebecca Kokitus, Tucker Lieberman, DS Maolalai, Sara Matson, Noelle Schmidt, Yi Wu, Meagan Arthur, James Ezra, Olivia Fitzsimons, Emily Murman, Charlotte Newman, Rachel Newsome, Logan Noble, Val Rigodon, M. Stone, Robin White, Chris Beckitt, Lily Bell, Phantasmagothica, Fabrice Poussin, C.R. Smith, Christopher Woods, and Jim Zola.

Volume IV – Deadline Extension

Submissions for our Summer 2019 issue will now remain open until 11:59PM ET on March 23rd.

We are seeking dark, psychological literary works, with a particular interest in pieces that explore themes related to mental health, isolation, and displacement.

We are particularly interested in fiction and flashfiction pieces, but will continue to accept poetry and art submissions.

We look forward to reading your submissions!


Victoria Elghasen & Michelle Baleka

Editors

Volume III – Submissions Closed

Submissions for our Winter 2018 issue are now closed.

We would like to take this time to thank everyone who sent us submissions. Our inbox is very full. All responses should be sent out within the next 1-2 weeks.

For those who have already received acceptance emails, we thank you for your contributions and eagerly anticipate sharing your work with the world in December.


Victoria Elghasen & Michelle Baleka

Editors

Now Accepting Submissions – Winter 2018

We are happy to announce that we are now accepting submissions for the Winter 2018 issue of Déraciné literary magazine. The issue is set to be released this December, so please send in your submissions!

More information about submission guidelines and deadlines can be found on our Submissions page.

If you haven’t already, please subscribe to our website to receive updates on new issues, deadlines, special announcements, and more.

Once again, we thank you for helping us create a stunning summer volume. We eagerly anticipate composing our third issue.


Victoria Elghasen & Michelle Baleka

Editors

Submission Period Change

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!