this is exactly the kind of non-categorical, boundariless brilliance I hope comes from all lit/art mags eventually.
I'd like to spread word about the The Incongruous's CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for their Spring 2011 issue-- the DEADLINE is MARCH 31st. The theme for this particular issue is SCIENCE (a word I feel should probably always be capitalized and bolded for effect).
NOTE: they are not looking for sci-fi* they are looking for fiction and poetry about science! (whether this be physics, biology, chemistry, etc.)
(Submissions for short-fiction are lagging behind the poetry, so hurry up with those short-pieces!!)
The Incongruous has two amazing guest-editors for this issue: Jon Paul Fiorentino, editor of Matrix magazine; and Elizabeth Bachinsky, author of the poetry books Curio (BookThug, 2005), and God of Missed Connections (Nightwood Edition, 2009).
you can send fiction submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
poetry to: email@example.com
or general questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST, though, I would recommend you take a look at the detailed call for submissions on their website here (scroll down to see their submissions guidelines).
can't wait to see all the literary goodness! :)
v live long and prosper v