Cadaverine accepts unsolicited submissions of literary fiction, poetry and reviews by writers under the age of 30. International submissions are welcome but all submissions must be in English.
Please send no more that 6 poems or 3 short stories in any one submission. Novel extracts and works in progress are also welcome but must be marked as such. You are welcome to submit further work even if you have submitted previously.
Please email your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org accompanied by a short biographical sketch of your writing life and an up-to-date photograph. We do receive a high volume of submissions and aim to respond within eight to twelve weeks. Editors may suggest changes or ask you to resubmit an edited draft to help you develop your work. Only submit work if you are willing to participate in this editorial process.
If accepted for publication, your work will appear on the Cadaverine website and may also appear in Cadaverine Anthologies and (or) in affiliates of Cadaverine. Universal Copyright remains with the author. Writers may also be invited to read and perform at associated events but this is not an expectation upon publication.
Collaborative events and projects:
Cadaverine Magazine is involved in a number of collaborative events and projects with writers, Arts Festivals and literary organisations. If you are a writer or literary professional interested in supporting or working with Cadaverine please email Nici West at email@example.com
We also feature interviews. Please see the interviews section for examples. If you are a writer or agent and would like to discuss an interview, guest blog or performance opportunities with Cadaverine please email Jo Brandon at the email address above.
To enquire about work experience opportunities please contact Nici West on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cadaverine is a voluntary organisation subject to funding and is not able to offer payment for publication of work or related services.