14 contributors on Chill Subs! 🙃
"An independent community-focused publisher of art and writing by queer, trans, and gender non-conforming creatives."
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Response time:
4-6 weeks
Payment:
$10/piece
Simultaneous submissions:
Yes
Previously published:
Yes
Submission fee:
Free
Expedited submissions:
Yes
Available in print:
Yes
Examples online:
Yes

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Genres

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Fiction

Max words: 1000Max pieces: 3
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Nonfiction

Max words: 1000Max pieces: 5
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Poetry

Max pieces: 3
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Photography

No specific limitations
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Hybrid

Max pieces: 3
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Art

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Anything

No specific limitations

Examples

Contributors on Chill Subs (14)

Angela Acosta

United States
"Angela Acosta (she/her) is a bilingual Latina poet and scholar from Florida. She won the 2015 Rhina P. Espaillat Award from West Chester University. "

Veronica Bennett

Philadelphia, PA, United States
"poet. designer. founder + e.i.c. of Bullshit Lit Mag + Press."

Ren Koppel Torres

Austin, TX, United States
"Ren Koppel Torres is a Jewish Chicano artist and the editor-in-chief of the Latino literary magazine Alebrijes Review. He currently serves as the Managing Editor for INKSOUNDS and a Community Events Organizer & poetry reader for the winnow magazine."

Zoe Adrien Lapa

Marikina, Philippines
"Hi! I'm Zoe Lapa, a 17 year old writer, modest microblogger, and poetry editor."

Xylophone Mykland

Portland, OR, United States
"nonbinary lesbian poet! full length collection "someone I can hold gently" forthcoming sept '22 with first matter press."

Tamara Bašić

Croatia
"she/her; 25; vicious daydreamer"

Kayla Martell Feldman

London, United Kingdom
"she/they Director and writer for the page, stage, and screen. Queer, Jewish, Neurodivergent."

Max Pasakorn (he/she/they)

Singapore, Singapore
"Hi! I'm a Thai-born, Singapore-based writer, poet and spoken word artist, pursuing a BA in Arts & Humanities (Creative Writing) at Yale-NUS College. My work revolves around queerness, specifically gender expression, queer joy and queer ecology."

Will Moran

Birmingham, United Kingdom
"Will Moran (they/he) is a writer and editor living in Birmingham, UK. They are an intern for the Winterbourne House and Garden, working on a chapbook and blog to celebrate the historic site through the poetic form. "

BEE LB

Rochester, MI, United States
"BEE LB is an array of letters, bound to impulse; a writer creating delicate connections. they have experience as a poetry reader, a published poet, and a workshop facilitator both online & in-person. they are working on many manuscripts all at once."

Michelle Rochniak

Wallingford, CT, United States
"20-year-old poet from CT (USA). In love with mythology and cottagecore. If you've read Sappho, listened to ABBA / Ruffin / mxmtoon / dodie, and/or watched Heartstopper and Our Flag Means Death, we'll be best friends :) <3 (she/they)"

Zoe Lapa

Goldie Peacock (they/them)

Brooklyn, NY, United States
"Recent pubs include: fiction in (mac)ro(mic), Powders Press, Fifth Wheel Press, Roi Fainéant Press, Scrawl Place, MIDLVLMAG; CNF in Sundog Lit; poetry in Red Ogre Review, Moon Cola Zine & Ripe. Soon: The Dodge, MoonPark Review, Bullshit Lit, +..."

Mia Arias Tsang

New York, NY, United States
"Writer based in NYC. My work has been published or is forthcoming in Half Mystic Press, Bullshit Lit, Fatal Flaw Magazine, Fifth Wheel Press, the Yale Daily News Magazine, and Broad Recognition, Yale's intersectional feminist magazine."

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