GUIDELINES:

Please send all submissions to nysaimag@gmail.com

In essence, there are no rules about content.

You may submit up to 4 poems, 2,000 words of prose, and 6 images.

Include your name and the genre (poetry, prose, or art) in the file name. Ex: yourname1.jpg ;  yourname2.jpg

Please include all poems in one file. Poems and prose should be in .doc .docx or.pdf format only. All images should be at least 300dpi. JPEG, PNG, online links, pdf, are all acceptable formats. Almost anything is fine, but TIFF files are unnecessarily gigantic.

Include a short blurb about yourself in the body of the email.

We cannot accept previously published work. Also, if you were published in the previous issue, please refrain from submitting your work to a consecutive issue. (You may submit again in the future.)

Writers who are selected will be invited to participate in a reading series.

COPYRIGHT:

NYSAI Press holds first serial rights for material that we publish. The copyright automatically reverts to the artist upon publication. All work may be permanently archived online. We ask that NYSAI Press be acknowledged in any subsequent publication of the work.

 

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Submissions are now closed.

Previous issues are available online and at various locations listed here.

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NYSAI Press publishes Staten Island based literary journals  and books featuring artists and writers with distinct voices from all over the world.

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