Eclipse Lit


Type Of Organization
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Phone
(215) 847-5310
Mission Statement / Editorial Focus
Eclipse Lit of CultureTrust Greater Philadelphia is a non-profit literary magazine, we publish work by underrepresented voices and by people who are struggling with trauma and depression. Our mission is to give an outlet for writers to heal through art while supporting organizations dedicated to helping people with trauma. How do we do this? We donate funds raised from our magazines to different organizations that focus on mental health and trauma. We use our magazine as an open and safe space for artists. We accept submissions from all voices without discrimination. We use themed issues to cover difficult topics such as depression, abuse, and suicide. We encourage artists to create work that will inspire healing, while also giving them a voice and access to community. Lastly, we work with organizations and businesses through fundraising efforts to increase awareness about mental health and healing. We inspire to create community involvement and distribution of our magazines to serve as a catalyst for change, building a safe space for different voices to share their narratives while also recognizing the universal stories we tell through experience and healing.

Social Media Platforms Used
Instagram: @eclipse_lit Twitter: @eclipse_lit Facebook:/EclipseLit
Is Your Group Affiliated With A University, Portal Or Other Agency?
no
Primary Editor/Contact Person
Jenna Faccenda
Contact Title
Founder
Submissions Policy
In Print: POETRY We are looking for all forms of poetry— even the kind that you might question counts as poetry. Please only submit 3 poems at max. Any more than that will not be considered. There is no line limit. PROSE We are looking for prose that is less than 1,500 words. We hold no minimum, so please do send your flash pieces, essays, hybrids, or short stories. Please only send one piece. ART We will accept almost any form of art, as long as it adheres to the theme. We are looking for photography, new media, drawing, painting, etc. Please only submit up to three pieces of work. Online: Poetry: limited to 1-3 pieces per poet per themed submissions. Max total of 10 pieces. Flash Fiction: creative fiction of no more than 1,000 words Short Stories: creative fiction between 1,000 and 8,000 words Essays/Memoirs: creative non-fiction between 500 to 8,000 words (hermit crab essays accepted!) Standard American English spelling will be used in final published pieces unless noted for style/artistic choices
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
Yes
Submission Guidelines URL
Year Founded
2020

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