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Some quick notes:
  • All orders come with free Fugue stickers and buttons (while supplies last)
  • Our current print issue is Issue 53 - Summer/Fall 2017
  • The price indicated below includes free shipping (within U.S.)
  • If ordering the "Bundle" option, please specify which back issue you'd like to include in the "Notes for Us" section below.
  • The following back issues are out of print:
    • Issue 45 - Summer/Fall 2013
    • Issue 43 - Summer/Fall 2012
    • Issue 41 - Summer/Fall 2011
    • Issue 40 - Winter/Spring 2011
    • Issue 39 - Summer/Fall 2010
    • Issue 36 - Winter/Spring 2009
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Fugue is excited to officially invite you to submit genre fluid, hybrid-based forms, such as photo-poem mashups, collages, erasures, graphic novel excerpts, and other image-based work concerned with lyric hybridity that tells a story, asks a question, complicates a boundary, or tests a hypothesis in a way that uses the language of shape and color as well as (or in place of) text.

We are seeking pieces that surprise us, forging new connections and blurring old ones. Please initially submit your work as a .jpg or .png file if possible. We prefer 300 dpi and 1920 x 1080 pixels, but if we select your piece(s) for publication, we can talk more about image quality then. We thank you, and look forward to viewing/reading your work.


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Send us your risks and outcasts, your ugly, honest, and revealing. Send us your resistances, spells, and curses. Send us your poems that embrace the unknown, your poems from monsters and to monsters. We believe poetry is an inclusive space—we want poems with a range of identies, socioeconomic backgrounds, genders, non-binaries, sexualities, races, ethnicities. We want your fresh voices and challenging poems, the ones that disrupt language, startle, surprise, and engage. 


Please send 3-5 poems with a maximum submission length of 10 pages. Please send all your poems in one document in either a .doc or .docx file.


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Send us something fresh. We want to be surprised, to read an unconventional story—a piece that pops, sticks to our eyelids. Maybe you’re taking a risk with language, plot, characterization, or structure? We won’t know until you show us what you’re up to. We're not looking for morals, but hungry questions. We want peculiar tales that couldn't be anything other than what they are. Narrative that works as a vessel for something else. Most of all: we want a voice we can't stop listening to. 

We want to magnify voices that are consciously, unconsciously, and systemically repressed. We want to be a place to help those voices get out into the world. We want to be better together.

Please submit no more than 12-15 pages. If it’s more than that, you’re taking your chances, but we’ll see if it lands. We thank you for thinking of us, and look forward to reading your work. Please attach your work as a .doc or .docx file.


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We are looking for prose(ish) writing that advances. Perhaps not in a straight line. Perhaps the language loops and curls. Perhaps it shatters into fragments. Perhaps it doubles back, discovers hinterlands. And perhaps that which advances isn’t so much narrative as it is structure, form, idea, or intellection. Then again, a tidy (or tiny!) narrative, well told, that sticks with us—well, we want that, too.

Please do not submit works longer than 5,000 words. We also welcome flash nonfiction (1,000 words or less). In most cases, we do not publish academic or scholarly articles, but if you’ve got a funky piece of auto-theory on your hands, give us a try. Please attach your work as a .doc or .docx file.

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