There are presently no open calls for submissions.
Tidal Echoes Submission Guidelines
DEADLINE: Dec. 1st (every year)
Tidal Echoes will consider submissions from any current full-time resident of Southeast Alaska. A portion of the journal will be set aside for UAS students. Students of all UAS campuses are encouraged to submit.
We consider fiction, non-fiction, transcribed oral stories, memoir, or drama. Multiple pieces may be submitted, but please limit submissions to three pieces. Each piece should be no longer than 10 double-spaced pages. Partial pieces of longer works will also be considered, provided they stand alone as cohesive pieces. We will consider longer works up to 5,000 words, but shorter pieces will have a higher chance of getting in due to space considerations. Your submission should be in .doc or .docx format. We do not accept PDF. If you submit a Google Doc, please make sure to grant access to everyone. If we are unable to access your submission, it will not be considered.
We accept poetry of all types, but please limit submissions to five poems. Keep in mind that we will preserve the format of your poem in the journal, so it is important to ensure that your piece looks exactly as you would like it to appear on the page when you submit it. If accepted, it is possible your piece will share a page with an art piece. Your submission should be in .doc or .docx format. We do not accept PDF. If you submit a Google Doc, please make sure to grant access to everyone. If we are unable to access your submission, it will not be considered.
Tidal Echoes welcomes artwork submissions of all mediums, including but not limited to sculpture, painting, ceramics, photography and drawing. All artwork must be submitted in a digital format (.tif or .jpg) and at least 1800 pixels wide. Submissions must include the title of each piece, as well as the medium. Resources are available on the UAS Juneau campus for scanning and photographing art. When submitting artwork be sure to name the .tif or .jpg files with the correct title, in addition to putting the title(s) in the space provided on the Submittable form. Please consider that art may be published in black and white, therefore select your piece(s) accordingly. Contact Associate Professor of Art Jeremy Kane at email@example.com with questions. Limit to five pieces.
How to Submit
1) Select which of the 3 categories you are submitting to and click on the submit button. You may submit work in more than one category.
3) The form will require you to provide the following information: last name, first name, physical address, phone number, email address, and a short writer/artist’s biography. If you are a current UAS Student, we ask that you provide your UAS Student ID number.
4) After filling out the contact information, you will upload your creative piece(s). Please note that in the prose and poetry category, we will only be accepting files in .doc or .docx format. We do not accept PDF. Remember to provide a title for your work.
5) There will be a Terms of Agreement box at the end of our online submission form that will act as an electronic release form. This part of the form must be filled out for your work to be considered for publication in Tidal Echoes 2022.
A Note About Release Forms: Authors and artists submitting to the journal continue to retain rights to their work after publication.
Submissions must be sent through Submittable. Tidal Echoes no longer accepts submissions by mail or email.
Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.