Call for Submissions
Special Edition 30 Years 1989-2019

An Online Journal published once a year by Pandemonium Press
Editors: Leila Rae and Peggy Morrison

A Day Without Art, an online journal, 30th Anniversary Special Edition, invites you to submit poetry, flash fiction, essay, memoir, visual art, or describes a social action, and in some way commemorates this day, which remembers a loved one who has died or suffers from AIDS.

Call for Submissions

Submissions open: September 1, 2019
Submissions close: November 1, 2019
Publication Date: December 1, 2019
Send to:
You may send up to 3 different genre.

Submission Guidelines

1. We accept the following: Poetry: Maximum 3 poems; Flash Fiction: Maximum 450 words; Essay: Maximum 1000 words; Memoir: Maximum 1000 words; Visual Art: 3 pieces. We accept email submissions only to:

2. When sending an e-mail, put adaywithoutart, 19, your name and category of work on the subject line (example: adaywithoutart, 19, John Doe, poetry). This is important. If you do not put this information in the subject line, your email will automatically go into trash.

3. In the body of your email, place your name, postal address, email address, bio and the title of your work at the top, followed by your work in Rich Text Format (RTF) pasted into the body of the email. Note: Please do not send your work as an attachment. Do not send your work in HTML or Word format. If you send your work in HTML format or as a Word attachment, it will be discarded.

4. We accept simultaneous submissions. However, if your work is accepted by another publication, please notify us immediately. Previously published work is accepted for submission.

5. Writers receive notification of acceptance/rejection via an email form letter within three (3) weeks after the close of submissions. We cannot provide personal responses or critiques for rejected work. We do not return submissions.

6. Payment: A Day Without Art cannot offer payment for accepted submissions. A publication party and reading for this issue on Sunday, December 1 in the SF Bay Area. Writers are urged to attend and read their work.

7. Rights: First rights and permission to archive. Authors retain the copyright to their material. If any work is reprinted in another publication, the author receives 100 percent of any fee.