We’re honored, proud, and thrilled to announce our first-ever nominees for the Pushcart Prize. Quite a diversity in voice, subject matter, and form. Among all the wonderful, uplifting work we received, we encourage you to read the fine work by our nominees and wish them well:
Thanks to Jim Harrington for featuring us in his blog, “Six Questions for…” We hope you find this interview illuminating and helpful. FYI, Jim does this weekly, so check his blog for similar interviews with other editors. What a great free service!
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Pieces will be accepted on their merits. Please limit submissions to 3 items per issue (poetry and prose considered as separate entries). Flash fiction and flash non-fiction will be considered in each category, limited to 500 words. To maximize diversity, we publish no more than one work per contributor per issue. We read 100% blind, so do not include your name or any other identifying information.
Please do not submit previously published work. Simultaneous submissions are ok, but please let us know promptly if your work has been accepted elsewhere. We generally do not notify submitters until after the submission period has closed and all pieces have been reviewed.
Submit one MS WORD document in .doc or .docx with each piece beginning on a new page. Do not include your name or any other identifying information. Instead, submit a separate cover page with your contact information, the name(s) of the piece(s), and a biography of 60 words or less. Please use a popular font such as Calibri, Arial, or Times New Roman, 12 point. We prefer single-spaced formats, except when alternate spacing is a deliberate part of the layout.
Hard copy will not be accepted and will be destroyed. We adhere strictly to our deadline (US Central time zone). Any submissions received after 11:59 pm of the closing date for the Call will be automatically rolled into the next submission period for consideration. Thanks for thinking of panoplyzine.com!
Welcome to Panoplyzine.com! Our mission is to share the best in contemporary poetry and short prose, to enlighten and entertain, and to touch our readers’ hearts and minds. Join us for our latest gatherings of fine literature. Please share with your friends. Along with our esteemed contributors, we appreciate your patronage.
Panoplyzine is a fresh new look at poetry and short prose. We seek to publish lively new insights in creativity, outlook, perspective, and analysis. Issue 1 debuted in August 2015. We’re edited by three friends located around Pensacola, FL who got together to offer a new look and a new option for readers and writers and lovers of good writing worldwide. If you’d like to go directly to our submissions using Submittable, please visit Panoply Submissions Here. We look forward to reading your work and/or providing some stimulating, fulfilling word craft to grab your attention and hold it. See you soon! Thanks for visiting.
Ryn Holmes has been an award winning photographer, including first prize in ‘Art on Paper,’ a category of the initial San Francisco “Art in the Park” event. A graduate of the University of San Francisco, she continues expanding her role as teller and listener of stories while living an adventurous life on the Gulf of Mexico. She is a partner at K&K Manuscript Editing.
Andrea Jones Walker, a native Floridian, makes her home in Pensacola, FL. She serves as an occasional instructor of English at Pensacola State College and is on the Board of the West Florida Literary Federation. She has published viewpoint pieces in the Pensacola News Journal and pens book reviews. Her novel Bending the Arrow is available on Amazon.
Editor-in-Chief, Jeff Santosuosso, is a business consultant living in Pensacola, FL. His poetry has won multiple prizes and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. He’s also edited and reviewed poetry collections for his friends. An avid sports fan and traveler, he lives with his wife and 3 cats, plus a stray or two who drop by at mealtimes.