Plenitude is a literary magazine featuring non-genre short stories, novel excerpts, non-fiction, and poetry from LGBTTQI artists. It “aims to complicate expressions of queerness through the publication of diverse, sophisticated literary writing, graphic narrative and short film, from the very subtle to the brash and unrelenting.”
Plenitude defines “queer literature and arts as works created by LGBTTQI people, rather than works that feature queer content alone.”
Fiction pieces or excerpts should be no longer than 5,000 words; for poetry, send up to 10 pages. They pay $60 (Canadian) per prose piece and $25 (Canadian) per poem for first serial rights.
Fiction and poetry cannot be previously published. Simultaneous submissions are fine. Response is in one to six months.
Plenitude is also open to graphic narratives and book review queries. Find formatting guidelines and submission details at Submit | Plenitude Magazine
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