Friday, 4 November 2016

Heavy feathers

The Heavy Feather Review is currently open to submissions.

Other than with copies of the issue you're in and a lifetime digital subscription, they don't pay. I suppose it's better than nothing.

They accept fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, essays, interviews, reviews, hybrid pieces and artwork.


12 comments:

Gail Crane said...

I've never heard of this one. Pity they don't pay. Love the photo of feathery feet though.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Might be good for exposure though.

spabbygirl said...

It is a lovely photo & I'm sure entering is good practice

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I think you clicked on the wrong photo ;O)

oscar case said...

Is this where "horsefeathers" comes from? (re the photo)

Rosemary Johnson said...

Thanks, Patsy. No real clues as to what they want. I suppose you just have to read their current issue and work it out.

Patsy said...

Thanks, Gail.

Patsy said...

Yes, it might.

Patsy said...

There is that, spabbygirl.

Patsy said...

No, that's a heavy(ish) horse with (slightly) feathered legs.

Patsy said...

I don't know if they use the term in the US, but over here working horses with really hairy legs are said to be feathered, Oscar.

Patsy said...

Suppose so, Rosemary.