LPZ IS WORKING ON A 'BEST-OF' ISSUE, AND SO WILL NOT BE READING UNSOLICITED SUBMISSIONS UNTIL MID-2003.
still looks for excellent poetry, fiction, articles, and scripts. Please
send no previously published work (either print or online), and if the
work is accepted anywhere else after you have sent it to us, we request
that you drop us a line withdrawing it from consideration. (An aside
on copyright appears below.) We also would like you to acknowledge this
publication should the work appear in another collection of work. Like
Wilford Brimley said, It's the right thing to do.
the date being a month-date-year format. Use periods—no slashes,
dashes, umlauts, parens, schwas (schwae?) between each of these pieces
of information. This submission, for instance, came from a person with
the surname O'Hara, who will sent us poetry to LPZ on July 4th, 1958—
the your work in the body of the e-mail. No file-attachments. No links
to other sites where the work appears. No Zipped files. If something
is italicized, you could, as a suggestion, place asterisks before and
after *to denote that it's italicized*.
We suggest 3-5 poems max, essays and fiction of under 2000 words, Use your best judgment for the freakazoid stuff, and at your own risk. The writerly bio should appear in the beginning of the submission. Allow up to two months (that's eight weeks) for us to get back to you.