Liquid Imagination


Type Of Organization
Online

Primary Editor/Contact Person
Sue Babcock
Contact Email
Publishes
fiction, nonfiction, poetry, reviews, art, translation, audio
Representative Authors
Jean Davis, Milo James Fowler, Frances Gow
Submissions Policy
Give us INTENSITY with high EMOTION in your writing and bring AWE to readers.
Accepts Unsolicited Submissions
Yes
Simultaneous Submissions Accepted
no
Reading Period
Year round
Reporting Time
2 - 10 weeks
Author Payments
cash
Number Of Unpaid Staff
6
Year Founded
2008
E-distributors
Silver Pen Writers' Association
Number Of Issues Per Year
3
Ads?
no
Average Page Views Per Month
21000
Average Unique Visitors Per Month
6500
Publish Print Anthology?
no
Fiction
65
Poetry
25
Reviews
2
Essays
2
Art
6
Name
Sue Babcock
Title
Publisher
How Did You Arrive At Your Current Position?
John Arthur Miller started Liquid Imagination, and I joined him after his first year. I started out as the managing editor and webmaster. When Mr. Miller had to step down as publisher, I took over that role.
What Is The Staff Structure At Your Magazine/press?
We have the publisher, a fiction editor, a poetry editor and a flash fiction editor. In addition, we have someone to write occasional book reviews, and a narrator who records audio for all the stories.
Do You Have Any Cover Letter Advice?
The editor read the stories and poems do not spend much time reading the cover letters, however, the letters do provide a good introduction to the authors for the publisher after the stories have been accepted. So make the cover letters succinct and
How Are Submissions Processed In Your Magazine/press?
We use an online submission website. Each editor is responsible for his or her category and has full editorial authority over the stories, poems or flash.
What Do You Look For In A Submission?
We want pieces that move us, that make us think, that twist our gut into knots. We want intensity and awe.
What Advice Do You Have For First-time Submitters?
Find someplace to help with peer reviews, polish the story up as best you can, and just do it - submit it someplace and don't look back. Write another story, review, polish and submit. Keep it up and one day you WILL be published.
Who Is Your Ideal Reader?
Readers who love good stories that really engage them and keep them reading.

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