We are happy to share news that Iron City Magazine is currently accepting submissions for their third issue.
Iron City Magazine is, as put by Jessica Fletcher — former Superstition Review Intern and Iron City Magazine’s fiction editor — a “journal devoted entirely to writing and art from the prison world.” The journal publishes these works to help show that prisoners are not solely defined by their crimes, but are human also. Submissions are limited to current and former inmates, prison volunteers, and staff.
The submission deadline is April 15th, 2018.
Iron City Magazine can also be supported through donation here.
For greater detail about Iron City Magazine’s mission and submission guidelines visit the Iron City Magazine’s website.
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3 thoughts on “Iron City Magazine Open for Submissions”
I’m so glad to see a publication like Iron City Magazine being promoted here. They have a wonderful mission and I look forward to checking out their content. All voices deserve to be heard.
^ What Erin said. I never see anything (besides TikToks) written by those in prison, but I am definitely intrigued. I think I will check out some of their past issues. I also like hearing a lot about new lit mags! This one is super unique.
Iron City is definitely unique. We’re so glad you’ll be looking into them further! 🙂
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