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Theme to Use: The Holiday Season
Form to use: short story or poem

Nov. 10, 2022 ~ Dec. 18, 2022

Directions

As we set our sights on the holiday seasons, it’s time to reflect on what it means to us. How it makes us feel, the emotions it places upon our hearts, good or bad. Chapbook Volume VI centers on the theme “The Holiday Season” and what it means to you.

Is it:

  • A Christmas story,
  • holiday memories from your childhood,
  • reflection on your connection with God,
  • the winter and its glory,
  • a fictional tale of fun,
  • a poem about the seasons,
  • thoughts of a new year coming,
  • or times with family and friends?

No matter what it may be, submit your piece and let us see what the holiday season means to you.

Guidelines For .

  1. One (1) submission per entry. Multiple entries are welcome. Submission with more than one entry per form will not be accepted.
  2. Short stories cannot be over 1500 words max.
  3. All work submitted must be original and written by you, the author. We seek unpublished work for our chapbooks.
  4. Entries with basic spelling or grammar errors will be rejected. Please double-check your work before submitting.
  5. Submissions not properly formatted will be rejected. Please add paragraph breaks before submitting.
  6. Please include your name or pen name, bio, and website in the form below as we list it in the “Writers Bio” section. Bio should be written in the third person. If bio is missing, we will not consider your submission for publication.
  7. All selected authors for the Chapbook will receive a copy of the e-book edition via a download link.
  8. All selected authors considered for the Chapbook will receive a 7 days subscription to all content (e-Book’s available only to paid subscribers) on writtentales.substack.com.
  9. You must read and agree to the disclaimer below to submit your work.


Written Tales magazine is self-funded; we are not able to pay for submission at this time. Please keep checking back as we update our guidelines often. To learn more about the magazine, please read our about page.

Selected work will appear on our website with a chance to be featured in our Written Tales Chapbook. They’re available to paid subscribers in pdf format. Those featured will receive a free copy.

If you have any questions, please contact us. To see a sample of previous editions, check them out on Amazon.com.


Submissions Open for Chapbook VI

Email is required in case we need to contact you about your submission.
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Submission

Only one entrty per submission. If more than one added, it will be rejected.
Please add two line breaks between each paragraph. 1,500 Words Max.
If accepted, your entry would be read on the Written Tales Magazine podcast.
A few sentences you would like the world to know about you. 280 characters max.
Link to where others can see your work online.
If you choose yes, we will add you to our newsletter and you will recieve a welcome email.
By clicking yes, you agree when submitting to Written Tales; you are granting us non-exclusive rights, but you, the writer, still own your work. The copyright of the submission remains with the author. The rights granted allows us to publish your wonderful work on our online platforms, social media channels, audio, digital and/or print publications, promotional materials (audio, digital and/or print), and archives to help further promote your work and the Written Tales writers. You are free to republish your work, but we request a 60-day exclusive from our publication. We ask you give credit to Written Tales Magazine as the source of first publication. You also agree that Written Tales does not provide compensation. Written Tales reserves the right to alter our Submission Guidelines at any time. In order to keep you updated with your submission, we will add you to our newsletter. Thank you for your submission.
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