Call for Submissions: Moko Issues Two and Three

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Moko, an online journal based in the Virgin Islands, is currently seeking submissions for its next two issues. Issue two will be published in March; another issue will follow in July. Moko accepts submissions of fiction, poetry, criticism, and visual art that reflects a Caribbean heritage or experience. Issue one, published in November, featured a diverse collection of works by artists and writers from around the Caribbean region and its diaspora. The issue is available at www.mokomagazine.org.

Moko accepts submissions of all varieties of unpublished creative work from artists from, or working in, the Caribbean. The journal is currently seeking more fiction and criticism (reviews, essays, and interviews) especially.

All submissions should include a brief biography along with your contact information emailed to submissions@mokomagazine.org.

Poetry, Fiction, Essays

All writing for Moko should be double-spaced with one-inch margins in a Word (.doc) file. For poetry, submit 3-5 poems in a single document. For all other writing you may submit up to 3,000 words.

 Visual Media

All images for Moko should be submitted in jpg format. You may submit 4-5 jpgs no wider than 480 pixels for portrait and no taller than 480 pixels for landscape. Each image should be under 100kb and should be accompanied by a brief description in the cover page. Larger file sizes will be requested once images are accepted for publication. The same guidelines apply for photography submissions as well as photography of art submissions. Videos should be first uploaded to Vimeo or Youtube and proof of authorship must be included in the cover letter.”

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