SUBMISSION STATUS:The submission period is currentlyCLOSED.
Issue #15 (The Fire Issue) submission period ended March 15th.
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Ready, aim, fire! (But, don't shoot your eye out.)
The Whitefish Review editors have selected "fire" as the theme for issue #15. We ask authors and artists to interpret it broadly.
Fire is universal. It warms. It bonds people together. It's hot and unpredictable. This primal force can be contained or let loose and take on a life of its own. Fire is elemental and beautiful, but there is also a dangerous side. There's a yin and yang to fire.
Fire destroys, creates bare ground singed black. But this essential force of nature also creates renewal and room for new, green growth. Fire is seductive and draws you in—but be careful or you'll get burned.
Crackle and hiss. Pop! Fire is loud, sometimes angry with its roar. Then just a glowing ember, pulsing in the wind.
From passion to wildfires to the warmth of the hearth, to cavemen creating a space against the cold dark wilderness, fire can take on many forms. So crank up some Billy Joel, Johnny Cash, Jimi or Jerry… and send us your creative fire.
Submission period:January 15, 2014 - March 15, 2014
All submissions to Whitefish Review must be sent using our online submission manager.
Thank you to all the writers, artists, and photographers for your support and interest.
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