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 Shiksha Dheda“Companion” by Shiksha Dheda“Yellow Magic” by Alva Dean“Bruxism” by Alva Dean Visual Art“Ripe” byContinue reading “Snarl’s 2022 Best of the Net Nominations”
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.”
The editors of Snarl take seriously the right to bodily autonomy that all people with uteruses deserve. Without establishing an explicit theme for our third issue, we found many of the works in this issue to be in conversation with the fraught state of parenting, pregnancy, and abortion in the US. This note means to both reinforce our commitment to reproductive freedom and provide a few points of action for our readers.
Our third print issue is due out in late May! Snarl: Spring 2022 is now available for pre-order at our Square Site and on Submittable. This issue includes great fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork by talented creators.
We are delighted to announce that Snarl will host our very first Prose and Poetry Contests starting December 1st, 2021. Submissions will close on January 31st, 2022. Any writer residing in the US and who identifies as marginalized, whether due to their economic status, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, incarceration or immigrant status, or otherContinue reading “Snarl’s First Poetry & Prose Contests”
Our second print issue is due out in early November! Snarl: Fall 2021 is now available for pre-order on Submittable. This issue includes great fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and artwork by talented creators across the US, Canada, and the world. Pre-order your copy now! You can read more about the issue here. Issue 2 Cover SneakContinue reading “Issue 2: Fall 2021 Coming Soon!”
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