Friday, August 27, 2010

New magazine seeks Jewish stories, not necessarily by Jews

Jewish Stories is a quarterly print magazine published in Greensboro, North Carolina, and devoted to publishing short fiction with Jewish themes and content. We will release our first issue in spring 2011 and are currently accepting submissions.

Judaism does not need to be the central focus of the story. We welcome submissions from Jews and non-Jews. We are most interested in stories under 7,500 words, but we will consider stories up to 15,000 words. There is no minimum length requirement.

We pay one cent per word but do not provide contributor copies.

Email your submission to editor@jewishstoriesmagazine.com
Attach your story to the email in any standard file format. We reply to submissions as quickly as possible. Please contact us if you have not received a reply within three months.

Home: http://www.jewishstoriesmagazine.com/
Submissions: http://www.jewishstoriesmagazine.com/submissions/

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