Twyckenham Notes is an online literary magazine that publishes poetry and artwork quarterly. Besides the quarterly issues, TN also has a Featured Artist Series (available to poets, fiction writers, artists, & photographers). Full submission details can be found below. 

Ends on January 31, 2018$2.00
$2.00
We are currently reading submissions for Issue Four (Spring 2017).

We are interested in poetry of all styles, but none in which the writer-reader connection is lost entirely. Edgy is good; so is heart. We want kinetic poetry with lifeblood and plenty of momentum. The best way to get a feel of what we like is to visit one of our past issues.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:
  • Please send up to 5 poems in a single .doc or .docx file
  • Please do not include any identifying information on the poems themselves. All work will be read blind.
  • Simultaneous submissions are encouraged. We accept previously unpublished work only.
  • Include a third person bio and previous publications in the cover letter box in Submittable.
  • Poems must be in English.
  • One poem per page.
  • Use a standard font.

Poets will be awarded $10 per accepted poem. 

Please only submit once per reading period. Both accepted and declined poets should wait at least 6 months (two issues) before submitting again. 

Poets of all backgrounds are welcome to submit to TN. Poetry that promotes or glorifies racism, sexism, or homophobic ideals will be shredded. 

If you need to make a correction to your submission, please DO NOT withdraw. Notify us of the changes through the messaging system in Submittable and we will correct your submission.

Twyckenham Notes acquires First North American Serial Rights, the right to archive your work online, use in promotional materials, and to reprint as part of an anthology. If your work is subsequently published elsewhere (in a book of poems or anthology), please mention that it first appeared here.

We look forward to reading your work!

Ends on January 31, 2018$2.00
$2.00

We are now accepting art submissions for Issue Four (Spring 2018).

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

  • Artwork of all styles will be considered
  • Please send up to 10 pieces of artwork as attachments
  • Exceptional photography will be considered
  • Images/artwork must be in high resolution digital copy
  • Include a third person bio and an artist photo in the cover letter section in Submittable
  • Simultaneous submissions are encouraged. We accept previously unpublished work only.

Artists will be awarded $15 per accepted piece. 

Artists of all backgrounds are welcome to submit to TN. Art that promotes or glorifies racism, sexism, or homophobic ideals will be deleted.

Twyckenham Notes acquires First North American Serial Rights and the right to archive your work online. If your work is subsequently published elsewhere (in a book or anthology), please mention that it first appeared here. If your work is not selected, please wait at least two issues before submitting again. Past contributors should wait one year from the date of publication to submit again.

$2.00

If selected, the featured artist will have their poems, short fiction, or artwork showcased on the front page of the magazine as well as in the Notes section.

Publication frequency is at the discretion of Twyckenham Notes and is dependent of the quality of submissions. A new featured artist may be published once every month or as long as several months may pass between new featured artists.

POETRY SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • Send up to 10 poems in a single .doc or .docx file
  • Include a third person bio and artist photo in the cover letter
  • Use a standard font.

ARTWORK SUBMISSION GUIDLINES

  • Send up to 10 pieces of artwork as attachments
  • Exceptional photography will be considered
  • Images must be high resolution
  • Include a third person bio and artist photo in the cover letter

SHORT FICTION GUIDELINES

  • Send up to 5 short stories in a single .doc or .docx file
  • Include a third person bio and artist photo in the cover letter
  • Use a standard font


FEATURED ARTIST SERIES

No. 1 – Courtney Carroll – October 1, 2017
No. 2 Dmitry Samarov – December 17, 2017