Submissions for our Spring 2018 issue are now open! Please read our submission guidelines carefully on each of the forms. We only accept submissions from undergraduate and graduate students in the state of North Carolina (public, private, and community colleges).

Issue 76 is out! Check out our website for a list of where you can find our magazine around UNCW's campus and the Wilmington community, and our website for the online version. 

 

Ends on February 5, 2018
Atlantis welcomes fiction written in a wide variety of genres and styles, with the following guidelines. Submissions must be less than or equal to 2500 words and formatted in double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman. We cannot accept fan fiction due to copyright law. Submissions can be short stories, flash fiction, or a selection from a longer work as long as the selection can stand alone. We will look for evidence of the student's ability to craft a story, but also their ability to consider diction, syntax, and other stylistic elements. 

Submissions are only open to all college students in North Carolina: graduate, undergrad, public, private, or community college.

Applicants may enter up to ten submissions total, in all categories. Thank you for sharing your work with us!

Please leave your name off the document so your submission(s) will be blind.
 
Ends on February 5, 2018
Atlantis Magazine looks for photos that capture emotion, demonstrate artistic skill, and explore new ideas. We understand that photographic work may reflect a student's study of the classics, or it may be a product of a student's experiment. We accept both color and black and white. Really, there are few limitations. Show us your vision! 


Submissions are only open to all college students in North Carolina: graduate, undergrad, public, private, or community college.

Applicants may submit up to 10 submissions (total, in all categories). Please upload your submissions in the highest possible resolution so they can print well in the magazine. All photo submissions should be at least 5x5 in. in size and at least 300 dpi.
Ends on February 5, 2018
Atlantis Magazine accepts art of all kinds and mediums from classic oil paintings to alternative sculptures. Artwork should reflect the student's skills, imagination, emotions, and learning experiences. We ask that pictures of artwork are professional in nature and representative of the original piece.

Submissions are only open to all college students in North Carolina: graduate, undergrad, public, private, or community college.

Applicants may submit up to 10 submissions (in all categories). There is no theme! All art submissions should be at least 5 by 5 in. in size and at least 300 dpi (or 72 ppi).

Ends on February 5, 2018
Poetry submissions should be no more than 3 pages (single-spaced, left-aligned, Times New Roman, 12-point font).

Submissions are only open to all college students in North Carolina: graduate, undergrad, public, private, or community college.

Please leave your name off the document so your submission(s) will be blind.
Ends on February 5, 2018

For features, please pitch to: features@atlantismagazine.org 

Please look over before submitting:

Nonfiction submissions should represent the truth. But what does that mean? At Atlantis, we believe nonfiction should be honest—to both emotional and eventful truths—that the author must use their best judgment to distinguish the lines between fact and fallacy. While we are inclined to both memoir and new-journalism pieces, we ask that submitters do not add false details and do not write to deceive. An easy way to determine this is to ask yourself "would the people I trust deny these events?"

Roy Peter Clark elaborates in his Creative Nonfiction article, "The Line Between Fact and Fiction":   

https://www.creativenonfiction.org/online-reading/line-between-fact-and-fiction 

With that being said, we still welcome experimental forms of nonfiction work if the writer's vision is clear and present. In fact, I encourage experimentation. But please refrain from submitting academic-style pieces (e.g. argumentative essays). We will not accept papers written to objectively argue a point. Research is crucial. But it shouldn't just be facts and no plot. We want our work to be creative, subjective, and personal. One rule of thumb is: does it tell a story?

See http://brevitymag.com for some great examples that balance both research and emotion—the personal and the universal.

Applicants may submit up to 10 submissions (total, in all categories). There is no theme! Prose submissions should be fewer than 2,500 words (double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font).


Submissions are only open to all college students in North Carolina: graduate, undergrad, public, private, or community college.

Please leave your name off the document so your submission(s) will be blind.