Sunday Submissions: ‘Newfound’ Seeks Translations on Theme of In/Justice

Include the work in its source language and any permissions necessary to publish both. According to editors:
Our 2018 spring issue will explore injustice and its effects. About translations, they write:
Newfound welcomes translated work of any length or genre. Newfound magazine is seeking translation for their themed issue, “Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere”
The deadline is December 21, 2017. If you want to submit your work, Newfound   uses Submittable. Advertisements

Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLinkedInRedditGoogleTumblrPinterestPocketLike this:Like Loading…‹ Mortada Gzar’s ‘My Beautiful Sect’: Visions of a Deformed Iraqi RealityCategories: submissions As for poetry, we will consider submissions of up to 6 poems totaling no more than 10 pages. More specifically, fiction can be stories or self-standing novel excerpts of any length. Like these blessedly radical words of Martin Luther King Jr., work can also represent transformative conditions. Please submit a bio of the original author along with the bio of the translator. You are welcome to include the URL of the original if published online in full, which we might simply link to. This can mean work that explores exploitation/violation/manipulation of rights, autonomy, personhood, identity, the biosphere and animal kingdom, and more, as well as unjust spaces and their remains, and/or activities of those living in such environments. We welcome political work for this issue.