Editor's Choice: For $4, you will receive detailed feedback on your work. This will take the form of 1-3 detailed paragraphs, depending on the genre of your submission, from the editor or assistant editor on your work. The editor will choose what to focus on in their feedback, which will not include line edits or proofreading but will generally focus on what might be working or not working in a piece, as well as suggestions for further development and revision. The feedback will be honest, engaged, and hopefully provide you with valuable insight into Sundog Lit's aesthetic and editorial process.
Please note: This is not an expedited response option. This is also not meant to open a dialogue or discussion. Further questions directed to the editor or attempts to refute/argue with the editor's feedback will not be given a response, and it won't make us like you very much. Bear in mind that this feedback is a service you are paying for, and thus should not be conflated with a request for more work. If an editor wants to see more from you, that will be clearly stated in your submission response.
We're looking for beautiful, fascinating, devastating cover-art for our upcoming issues. Send your artwork, photography, pencil drawings, wood carvings, etc.
Submit up to 3 pieces at a time. Once we have responded, you are welcome to send more, more, more! We cannot pay you, but we can love you, promote you, and put you on our cover so everyone else can love you too!
We want vivid, vibrant poetry. We like prose poems or straight poetry with prose elements. We like traditional poetry. Prose poems. Lyric essays. Submit up to 3 poems in a single document.
Send short stories up to 3,000 words or up to 3 pieces of 750 words or less in one document.
We are cool with traditional personal essay, memoir, etc. We LOVE us some experimental, research-driven stuff. Segmented. Lyric. Essays written in a bowl of alphabet soup. Surprise us. Play with form and content. If you hybridize some poetry and nonfiction, send it our way. Send one piece or 3 shorts (1,000 words or less) in one document.