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As Surely As the Sun Literary

Literary Magazine

Fiction

Flash Fiction

Nonfiction

Poetry

Hybrid

Art

Photography

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As Surely As the Sun Literary latest issue

A new Christian literary journal seeking submissions of poetry, prose, and art with Christian themes.

Highlights

  • Vibe:Send us your best but less intimidating
  • Response time:
    3-6 weeks*
    Editor reported data
  • Acceptance rate:
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  • Accepts simultaneous submissions

    What's that?

    When you can submit your work to multiple magazines at the same time

  • Accepts previously published

    What's that?

    When the magazine wants to publish your previously published work. Requirements vary

  • Nominates for prizes

  • Active on social media

  • Available in print

  • Provides contributor copies

  • Has examples online

  • Offers expedited response

    What's that?

    Expedited submission: When the magazine offers a faster response time for an extra fee

Fiction - 1000 words max

Max words: 500

Max words: 1000

Max pieces: 2

Sub Genres: Literary

Fiction - 500 words max

Max words: 200

Max words: 500

Max pieces: 3

Sub Genres: Literary

Nonfiction - 1000 words max

Max words: 200

Max words: 1000

Max pieces: 2

Poetry

Max pieces: 3

Hybrid

Max pieces: 3

Art

Max pieces: 5

Photography

Max pieces: 5

How to submit

  • Processs

    Email

  • Cover letter

    No cover letter advice

  • Eligibility

    No specific eligibility requirements

  • Formatting

    ​Poetry Guidelines:​ Attach 1-3 poems as either one Word Document or one PDF with "Poetry" in the attachment's title Please have your poems formatted in a Garamond or Times New Roman 12pt. font There are no limitations on structure, but keep in mind that we prefer poems to be no more than two pages long Also note that while we do consider rhyming poetry, we prefer free verse or other non-rhyming forms Flash and Micro Fiction Guidelines: Attach 1-3 pieces as either one Word Document or one PDF with "Fiction" in the attachment's title Please have the pieces formatted flush left, 1.5 or double spaced, in a Garamond or Times New Roman 12pt. font Micro fiction should generally fall between 200 to 500 words, ​and Flash fiction from 500 to 1,000 Nonfiction Guidelines: Attach 1-2 pieces as either one Word Document or one PDF with "Nonfiction" in the attachment's title Please have the pieces formatted flush left, 1.5 or double spaced, in a Garamond or Times New Roman 12pt. font Pieces should be between 200 to 1000 words We prefer to publish nonfiction pieces that have some creative aspect to them; i.e., not strictly devotional, biographical, or scholarly. Please refer to nonfiction published in past issues for the best idea of the kind of work we seek. That being said, we won't outright reject a piece that doesn't fall within these parameters. When in doubt, send it in.

  • Author's rights

    Once a piece of yours has been accepted, we reserve electronic rights as well as the right to archive your work on our website. After publication, all copyrights revert back to the author, and you may seek reprints elsewhere. Please do credit As Surely As the Sun as the original publisher. We accept reprints. Please let us know the name of the original publisher in the body of your email so that we can credit them. We'd also recommend checking the original publisher's reprint policies before sending a previously published piece our way. We also welcome simultaneous submissions.

  • Additional info

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Submission calls

    All genres

    Always open

    Issue 4

    Open

    Deadline: Mar 11, 2024

About

As Surely As the Sun seeks to serve, humbly, as one platform for professing Christians to contribute poetry, prose, and visual art for the purposes of our mission. Our mission is one that is ages old and everlasting: to proclaim Christ and Him crucified, and to glorify the Godhead, as it was in the ...

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2022

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    Natasha Bredle

    Editor-in-Chief