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Read our November 2022 issue featuring
flash fiction from Riley Tao & Bridget Larsen here!

Issue #4 is Officially Here!

Snarl’s fourth print issue, Fall 2022, has arrived! Pre-orders and contributor copies will ship out November 16th. Snarl can be found in circulation at Kansas City Public Library, Salina Public Library, and Lawrence Public Library. You can also find copies at Wiseblood Booksellers in Kansas City and The Raven and Wonder Fair in Lawrence, KS.

Learn more about this issue by visiting our Issue 4 page.

Order your print or digital copy here!

Snarl’s 2022 Prose & Poetry Contest Results are In!

Caity Scott, Prose Contest Winner

Final Judge Jason Baltazar has selected Caity Scott’s short story, “like other girls,” as the winner of Snarl’s inaugural prose contest! Read more here.

Final Judge Diane Glancy has selected Lev Smyth’s poem, “Transgender Blues #1, Summer” as the winner of Snarl’s inaugural poetry contest! Read more here.


Print Issues

Snarl has three print issues to date. Purchase a copy of Issues 1, 2, or 3 or become a subscriber at our Submittable Page or our Square site!

Individual copies are $15 plus shipping, while one-year subscriptions are $25 plus shipping. For questions about ordering, please email us!

From Our Blog

Snarl’s 2022 Best of the Net Nominations

Snarl is happy to announce our Best of the Net Nominations for 2022! Congratulations to these writers and artists, and best of luck to them in the anthology selection process! Poetry“They Told You Abortion Was Ugly” by Lynne Schmidt“Reality” by…

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Caity Scott Wins Snarl’s 2022 Prose Contest!

Snarl is delighted to announce that Final Judge Jason Baltazar has selected Caity Scott’s short story, “like other girls,” as the winner of Snarl’s inaugural prose contest! Congratulations to all the writers who made it to the finalist round. Here is what Jason had to say about Caity’s winning story:

“‘like other girls’ looms much larger than its page count. From the mythic currents woven through its intensely personal high school drama, to the balancing act of infusing its observations about the very real damage our discourses on gender and sexuality can cause with touches of humor and wonder, I was so thoroughly impressed.

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Lev Smyth Wins Snarl’s 2022 Poetry Contest!

Snarl is delighted to announce that Final Judge Diane Glancy has selected Lev Smyth’s poem, “Transgender Blues #1, Summer” as the winner of Snarl’s inaugural poetry contest! Congratulations to all the writers who made it to the finalist round. Here is what Diane had to say about Lev’s winning poem:

“This poem is a journey through the unexpected. It is an inclusion of variables. It moves from the narrative to the associative and back again, keeping the reader in expectation of the next incoming wave. I like the risk-taking of combining subjects. Transgender Blues #1, Summer is a story formed by incongruities. I like the way the poem talks about a subject by talking around it.”

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Submit Your Work Starting 12/1!

Snarl will open for submissions on December 1st, 2022. We are looking for literature and art that bite back. Writers and artists of marginalized identities are welcome to submit their work via our Submittable page. We seek fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork that moves and surprises us.


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Help us Pay Our Contributors

As a journal that pays semi-professional rates and always has a free submission option, our need for financial support is great. Funds raised on GoFundMe will go toward paying creators for their work (whether published in Snarl Online or in print) and covering print costs for the print issue. Donate to our GoFundMe campaign here!