|Magazine Name:||CONSEQUENCE magazine|
|Mailing Address:||CONSEQUENCE magazine P.O. Box 323 Cohasset, MA 02025-0323|
|Approximate Response Time||2 weeks|
|Information about your publication:||CONSEQUENCE is a new consequences of war wants to make us see what we’d rather turn away from. Our mission is to introduce the works of a new generation of writers and artists as their stories emerge. We want to present different points of view in order to challenge assumptions, create tensions that reveal complexities and lead to a nuanced understanding of what’s at stake. By including translations of notable writers from other cultures we will learn what war means to them, their families, and futures. Be prepared to question the way you think and feel about war. What we’ve been told and shown has come from a predominately white male point of view. Now, women returning from combat give us a critical perspective that might help correct our country’s historically myopic vision. War’s narrative has also left out the stories of young men and women pushed to the margins of society because of race or ethnicity. To escape poverty they join the military in disproportionate numbers, then pay a higher price. You will hear from them in these pages. This inaugural issue of CONSEQUENCE includes previously published works by distinguished authors that exemplify our mission. Future issues will increasingly feature the best new writing we can find by witnesses and survivors, soldiers, scholars and writers compelled to speak the truth about war. You will find their work immediate, sharply focused, exceptionally well written, and always rewarding. We wish to thank the many friends and colleagues who have helped us, especially the William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequences at the University of Massachusetts Boston for a generous contribution that makes this issue possible. George Kovachfocusing on the culture of war in the twenty-first century. We believe that literature and art can advance the discourse a democracy needs to govern itself. But we all face the challenge of a digital age that demands our attention; we can be impatient, less inclined to engage the printed page and reflect. Aware of this challenge, we invite you to step away from the numbing buzz of twenty-four-hour media, to indulge your mind and senses in well-crafted words and images you can hold in your hands. Our subject is war and how it affects us at every level of society. In our culture, for well over two and a half millennia, war has compelled artistic expression ranging from personal catharsis to historical record, across a wide spectrum: actual combat, political agendas, moral decisions, the need to mourn, the pain of witnessing, the desire for peace. Art that addresses the|
|What type of submissions you are looking for:||CONSEQUENCE publishes annually short fiction, poetry, non-fiction, interviews, visual art and book reviews primarily focused on the culture and consequences of war. CONSEQUENCE welcomes unsolicited manuscripts during the reading period between March 31st and September 1st. Submissions mailed outside that period will be returned unread, provided that sufficient return postage is included. Our reporting time is approximately two to three months from the end of our reading period. We will respond to mailed manuscripts only when accompanied with a self-addressed, stamped envelope. For fiction and non-fiction: please submit one piece of no more than 5,000 words. For poetry: please submit up to five poems of any length. Translations are acceptable.|
|Information on Contests:||Consequence Magazine announces The Consequence Prize in Poetry The prize will be awarded in October, 2009 for the best poem addressing current war or armed conflict. The winner will receive $100, have the selected poem published in both print and online editions of Consequence, be invited to read at the launch of Consequence Magazine’s next print edition, and receive a three years subscription to the magazine. All poems submitted will be considered for publication in both print and online editions. Our Judge this year is poet and translator Kevin Bowen who will also present the award. Submission Guideline’s No entry fee is required. â—¦Entry deadline is October 1, 2009. â—¦All poems must be in English: no translations please. Submit up to three original and . â—¦The total number of pages submitted should not exceed six pages. Submissions must be accompanied by a cover letter with biographical information, address, phone number and email address. Email submissions â—¦Send to: Poetry Editor, â—¦Email submissions can be in the form of a Microsoft Word document or embedded in the email. Mailed submissions Send to: Poetry Editor, Consequence Magazine, P. O. Box 323, Cohasset, MA 02025-0323 â—¦Please include a SASE for notification of results and returns.|
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Published On Sunday, July 26, 2009 By admin. Under: Art, Book Reviews, C, Essays, Fiction, Interviews, literary magazine, Literary magazine in Print, Non-fiction, Online Submissions, Poetry, Print magazine/Online Submissions.