TLM back issues
Sex & Violence
The Rite Stuff
Little Magazine considers work from all parts of the world. Our
special interest is work in translation from languages other than English.
we do not consider work which has been previously published in English
in any medium. If you are submitting simultaneously to other publications,
please mention that and inform us immediately, as a matter of courtesy,
if your work appears elsewhere, so that we can take it off the pending
essays, fiction, poetry, novellas, film and theatre scripts, besides
artwork in various media. We interpret these categories rather liberally.
Unlike most publications, we are also liberal about the length of contributions:
we're game for anything up to 25,000 words (if its long, it better be
good!). If you are submitting a script, please bear in mind that we
shall probably require performance photographs.
in the case of artwork, please feel free to submit your complete work
directly. We prefer to receive Word attachments at email@example.com.
In your mail, please include a short note about yourself. If your submission
is used, we will need this information for the author introduction.
please send us scans/copies in 72 dpi resolution for consideration at
the same address, or send photocopies to our street address. Do not
send us originals for consideration; we shall not be responsible for
loss or damage to them. If your work is accepted, we shall ask you for
the original artwork or scans at 300 dpi.
to report by email at the same periodicity as our publishing schedule:
two months. However, despite the best of intentions, we are not able
to respond to all submissions. This is partly because we are a very
small team, each of us is involved in several activities and something
falls through the cracks once in a while. Also, our issues are themed,
so we often have to wait for a suitable one to come along before we
can publish your contribution. Themes are often decided just days before
we go to press, so we cannot, in general, commit to publish in advance.
And sometimes, your contribution simply fails to reach us. Emails do
fail occasionally. And postmen are notoriously fail-unsafe in our part
of the world.
In a nutshell,
please don't be offended if you get no response from us. As you can
see, we have no problems about simultaneous submissions, so long as
we are informed about use elsewhere. And naturally, we shall inform
you if and when your contribution goes to press.