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Creative writing submissions: Structo literary magazine

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The deadline to submit to the litmag's next issue is 5 April

Structo literary magazine features new writing by new and established authors, essays and interviews. It is published twice yearly in a print edition and three months later, the issue goes online where it is free to read.

To submit to issue 18 of Structo, send an original, unpublished story up to 3,000 words/up to three poems.

Writers submitting to Structo are asked to send a photo of a literary magazine they've bought recently.

There is no payment for contributors but writers whose work is accepted receive a print copy. Structo supports its contributors by submitting work for prizes and sending subscription copies to industry professionals.

The closing date to submit to issue 18 of Structo is 5 April.

 

 

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