Volume 6 of Digging is halfway done!
Much thanks to all our 2019 contributors so far: (nonfiction) Andrew Rihn and Simona Zaretsky; (poetry) henry 7. reneau, jr, Lisa Nance, Nolan Meditz, Bryan D. Price, David Midkiff, Thea Matthews, Alex Wells Shapiro, Morgan Peacock, KG Newman, Gabrielle Peterson, Lorraine Henrie Lins, Bina Ruchi Perino, Katherine Lutz, Stephanie R. Nahhas, Annalee Eagerton, and rhea moon. You can read all their amazing works in our latest volume here.
Much thanks to our assistant editors: Ernesto L. Abeytia, Lindsay Costello, Tova Kranz, Alexis Groulx, and Karen Levy for generously donating their free time and editorial eyes during the poetry and nonfiction submission periods.
We’ll be featuring Artist Spotlights and Fiction during the fall and winter months. Stay tuned!
Calls for Submissions
Call for Fiction Submissions through August 31st.
Send no more than ONE piece during the reading period. Word limit: 1,500 or less. Please do not email your submissions. Flash fiction is welcomed.
Use the Submittable button or view our guidelines at our website here.
The Digging Press Chapbook Series Competition is open for submissions through Oct. 15 for fiction, poetry, or hybrid manuscripts. We seek innovative manuscripts that are inventively personal and richly imagined. We are inspired by the works of Clarice Lispector, Augusto Monterroso, Lynne Tillman, Óscar Esquivias, Giannina Braschi, Italo Calvino, Lydia Davis, Zakaria Tamer, Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa, Sonia Sanchez, Ocean Vuong, Sam Sax, Claudia Rankine, Eileen Myles…
Use the Submittable button below to submit or view our guidelines at our website here.
New Publications by Mandy-Suzanne Wong
- An essay on the work of Kathryn Eddy: Waccamaw, Issue 22, 24 April 2019.
- An essay on the artist Robbie Judkins: “Art & the Saturday Gardener’s Secret Weapon.” Chaleur Magazine, May 2019.
- Essay: “Kyoto and the Ultrasonic Bat Detector.” Manqué, July 2, 2019.
- Fiction: “The Snail.” The Deck Hand: A Journal of Maritime Art, August 4, 2019.
- Essay: “Resonant Mirtazapine.” Entropy Magazine, August 6, 2019.
Mandy-Suzanne Wong is the author of Awabi, the first chapbook in our Digging Press Chapbook Series. The chapbook is available for purchase here. Submitters receive a 20% discount when purchasing the book from Submittable.
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