Rappahannock Review, a literary magazine based at the University of
Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, invites submissions for its
summer theme issue: COSMOS, due out in Summer 2018.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Cosmos
All things space, matter, time. Physics, particles, protons,
yes. Also, personal cosmos and cosmologies. Atmospheres. Rules of attraction, properties
of light. Known and unknown galaxies of thought. Universe, multiverse,
megaverse. Go micro or macro. Cosmos has its roots in order and in the world,
but the nature of order might lead to chaos, radiation, flares. We invite you
to consider the nature of state changes, space-time, gravity wells. Unravel
string theory. Explore light, sun, stars, dark matter, black holes. Planets, moons,
movements, orbits, odysseys. Voyagers. And beyond.
We will accept
submissions for this theme issue until March 15, 2018. Any submissions
received after this deadline will not be considered.
We accept simultaneous submissions, however, please notify us immediately upon acceptance of your work elsewhere.