Hey, thanks for visiting our submission page. SN1. Press will concentrate on publishing experimental fiction and encouraging collaboration between writers and artists. We hope you stick around and decide to submit to us.

We haven't officially launched yet. We're hoping to go live in August but will keep everyone updated. At the moment we're opening for early submissions so we can hit the ground running with the best launch content we can get our hands on. 

Submitting can be daunting, especially when you don't have the benefit of seeing the previous work published by a site, so we've tried to give as much information as possible under the submission categories.

More submission categories will be added once we're up and running. 

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We're after your best experimental short form fiction. All of the things you don't submit because you think they're too weird. 

Tell us stories without falling back on the traditional storytelling formats, explore what other forms a narrative can take. We want contributors to really experiment with the boundaries of narrative and create stories outside of the usual sentence-paragraph-chapter, beginning-middle-end system. Tell tales in school report cards, online quizzes, horoscopes, cryptic crossword clues, medical notes, geographical directions, weather forecasts, restaurant reviews, employment contracts…

Okay, we’ll stop listing things now. 

There isn’t a strict word count limit at the moment, but the emphasis is on short form fiction - people have busy lives and short attention spans.

We pay a flat rate of £10 for each short form fiction piece that appears on the site in exchange for first world electronic and 1 year archival rights. That means we're the first ever to feature the piece online, so it can't have appeared on your social media/blog beforehand, and that it will stay on our site archives for a year. We may also ask for electronic and printed anthology rights for an additional fee.

Please only submit one piece to us at a time. We do accept simultaneous submissions but please let us us know immediately if your piece is accepted elsewhere. Because of the broad scope of experimental fiction you can submit in JPG or PNG as well as standard written submission formats. 

By submitting to us you confirm that this is an original piece that you own the rights to and that you will bear responsibility and cost of any action taken should this not be the case. 

We're after your best experimental short form fiction. All of the things you don't submit because you think they're too weird. 

Tell us stories without falling back on the traditional storytelling formats, explore what other forms a narrative can take. We want contributors to really experiment with the boundaries of narrative and create stories outside of the usual sentence-paragraph-chapter, beginning-middle-end system. Tell tales in school report cards, online quizzes, horoscopes, cryptic crossword clues, medical notes, geographical directions, weather forecasts, restaurant reviews, employment contracts…

Okay, we’ll stop listing things now. 

There isn’t a strict word count limit at the moment, but the emphasis is on short form fiction - people have busy lives and short attention spans.

We pay a flat rate of £10 for each short form fiction piece that appears on the site in exchange for first world electronic and 1 year archival rights. That means we're the first ever to feature the piece online, so it can't have appeared on your social media/blog beforehand, and that it will stay on our site archives for a year. We may also ask for electronic and printed anthology rights for an additional fee.

Please only submit one piece to us at a time. We do accept simultaneous submissions but please let us us know immediately if your piece is accepted elsewhere. Because of the broad scope of experimental fiction you can submit in JPG or PNG as well as standard written submission formats. 

By submitting to us you confirm that this is an original piece that you own the rights to and that you will bear responsibility and cost of any action taken should this not be the case. 

Money raised by paid submission options goes towards paying the authors and artists that contribute to SN1.

We need vibrant, original artwork to feature alongside the written work posted on our site. 

We're not after any one style, we want the artwork to be as original and eclectic as the fiction we feature.

We pay a flat rate of £10 for each piece of artwork that appears on the site, we'll also post a link through to your artist site if you have one, in exchange for electronic and 1 year archival rights. That means your artwork features on our site and may be used in promotional social media posts, and will stay on our site archives for a year. We may also ask for rights to use your work in printed material but rates for this would be negotiated separately. 

Make sure the files you upload are of the highest quality possible - we want your artwork and our site to look their best. 

By submitting to us you confirm that this is an original piece that you own the rights to and that you will bear responsibility and cost of any action taken should this not be the case. 

The Editors of SN1. Press come from a mixed literary background of submission based online and print journals, blogging and reviewing. Our opinions are no more valid than those of any other editor or reader out there but we offer you our feedback services all the same.

You can expect an open and honest review of the work you submit with a focus on originality, narrative voice, pacing and internal logic.

We’ll provide feedback on pieces up to 2000 words. If you have a piece longer than this that you have a burning desire for us to look at then please query us via email: enquiries@sn1press.com

Money raised by paid submission options goes towards paying the authors and artists that contribute to SN1.

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