The Woven Tale Press welcomes unsolicited submissions. You may send us new or previously published material (as long as you still own the rights). We accept simultaneous submissions as long as we are notified immediately upon acceptance elsewhere.
Any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Sandra Tyler, editor-in-chief of The Woven Tale Press. Subscribe so you get WTP in your mailbox monthly, plus a free copy of our WTP Selected Works! www.thewoventalepress.net
Submissions are rolling. Response time, allow for 4-8 weeks.
Maximum submission: three works
Media: painting — acrylic, oil, or watercolor; can include any mixed media (including encaustics, pastel etc.); 84 inches maximum size longest dimension. Submission of works consistent in style and medium suggested but not required.
Images must be 2600 px minimum longest side; 300 dpi jpegs; include separate document with titles, sizes and mediums, bio; artist statement.
NOTE: all submissions will be considered for publication in the WTP regularly monthly issues. Unlike however, with our regular submissions, you do not have to have your own website URL -- if we accept you into the magazine, then it would be time to get a website up and running!
6000 word max; Literary fiction or creative non-fiction (no screenplays etc.): self-standing excerpts okay. Under 6000 words; previously unpublished or not published in the last five years; electronic submissions only; double-spaced; bio.
NOTE: all submissions will be considered for publication in the WTP regularly monthly issues (please do not duplicate submissions)
As The Woven Tale Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the World Wide Web, we want to be able to link back to your work; you must submit an Url to your blog or website. Links to Social networking profiles, Facebook, Tumblr profiles etc. are not acceptable.
You can submit flash fiction, short stories, memoir, poetry (up to five poems) or experimental. Include on the submission your name, email and Web/Blog Url. Submissions without this information will automatically be rejected.
Word limit: Approx. 6500 words. Double-spaced.
Note: submit at our WTP Prose Competition link and you automatically will be considered on rolling basis for publication in the magazine as well.
Given our international presence, we will respect either standard English spellings or American spellings as long as they are consistent within the individual work.
For information about the writer, we often draw from your actual site, but if there's something specific you would like us to consider, you can include that as well.
As The Woven Tale Press mission is to grow traffic to noteworthy artists and writers on the World Wide Web, we want to be able to link back your work; you must submit an Url to your blog or website. Facebook, Tumblr profiles etc. do not count.
•Submit for consideration 2-8 works
Images, including photography submissions, should be 300 dpi minimum 2600 px longest side.
All images must include titles of the works. On a separate document (Word or Pages file) to upload: include your name, Web address (full website Url please), email, and all titles, medium and sizes of submitted works. Submissions without this information will automatically be rejected.
For information about the artist, we usually can draw from your artist's statement or bio on your site, but if there's something specific you would like us to consider, you can upload that that as well.
Note: Rather than submitting here, submit at our WTP Painting Competition link and you automatically will be considered for publication on a rolling basis in the magazine as well.
• works in progress (example, sculpture or a painting etc.)
• poetry readings (or short fiction, we just don't want hour long videos)
• short documentaries having to do with the arts
• interviews with artists and writers
If you're not sure you fit into one of the above categories, try us anyway.
To submit: upload a Word or PDF document with your name, email, web address (prerequisite for submitting is that you must have a blog or website url. Social media profiles are not acceptable.) the direct link to the video; artist's statement.