Simultaneous submissions are fine, provided you notify us if the work is accepted elsewhere. Our response time is approximately 8-12 weeks after the closing of an issue’s theme. Each prose submission should have a 6000 word limit. Please send up to six poems per submission.
We now charge $3 for electronic submissions. For snail mail submissions, please include an SASE for reply only. Unused manuscripts will be recycled.
Juan Morales, Editor/Publisher
Colorado State University-Pueblo
Department of English and Foreign Languages
2200 Bonforte Blvd.
“The pages are still blank, but there is a miraculous feeling of the words being there, written in invisible ink and clamoring to become visible.”
For our Fall/Winter issue, we want writing that plays with sight and inspiration on and off the color wheel. Send us your ekphrastic writing, pieces about tattoos, ars poetica, our preserved memories, patterns in nature, claustrophobia, octopi, open spaces and landscapes, experiments on the page, contemplations about art, depth of field, shapes, and the other ways we unearth the world we see to the page.
Closes October 1, 2016.
Pilgrimage considers art submissions throughout the year. Please use Submittable to send print-ready images in high-resolution 300 DPI format with B&W print conversion in mind, if your images are in color. Each issue of Pilgrimage generally features a single artist's full color work on the front and back covers with additional interior B&W images. We prefer to have 6-8 images to consider, but you can submit with links to your work. We understand that many artists store images of their work on websites, and we are happy to consider your work from those links. Keep our upcoming themes in mind when you submit.