All submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lunaris Weekly publishes humorous literary fictions (flash fictions and short stories) and creative non fictions between 500 - 5000 words.
Submissions should be sent as attachment in .doc/docx format using double line spacing and size 12 of Times New Roman Font. Also, the margins of the document should be justified.
All submissions should be properly accompanied with a cover letter (which should specify whether your work is a fiction or creative non-fiction) in the body of the email, and should include a short bio of not more than 100 concise words.
We publish only works that have not been previously published. Multiple submissions are not accepted. Meanwhile, we accept simultaneous submissions; however, kindly inform us should/if such work has been accepted elsewhere, in the case of which you’d need to withdraw your submission through an email notification.
The subject of the mail should include the title of the submitted piece, name of the submitter and the category to which it belongs, and should be in CAPS. For example: LOSING LINDA – PAM MUNTER: FICTION.
All submissions should be emailed as attachments, accompanied by a cover, and all files/documents attached should be saved as word document, titled the name of the contributor, and should include a short bio of not more than 100 concise words.
We cannot overemphasize that Lunaris Weekly is a magazine of humour, But we strongly encourage eclecticism, twists, absurdities, mystery and .the mundane. We want to cry, fear, think, learn, but above all, we want to laugh out loud.
By sending us your work you are stating that the work is your own, and do not infringe on any copyright. You are also stating that we acquire first right (that is, we do not accept previously published works) to publish your work in the event that it is accepted. The rights of any published work in this magazine remain with the contributor, and we ask that you acknowledge Lunaris Weekly if you republish your work.
Lunaris Review as a matter of policy doesn’t send rejection letters; thus, if you didn’t hear from us four months after submission, it’s safe to assume that your submission hasn’t been considered for publication, but we assure you we sieve through all submissions. However, feel free to query the status of your submission after the stipulated waiting period.
Submitted pieces are sure to be edited. Thus, we reserve the right to copy-edit your work before publishing it. Any significant changes to content will be approved by the author prior publication.
We also reserve the right to use your work in all promotional materials for the magazine. We do not charge submission fees nor pay contributors for now but would put up necessary information should/whenever that changes.