Sonnet Collection Series Submissions

Submissions are now OPEN for July!

Our projects run on a triannual schedule, each releasing issues three times a year.

Sonnet Collection Series issues will be published on the 14th of every March, July, and November.

Submissions for this project will be open on a semi-rolling basis, closed only during the first (1st) through the fourteenth (14th) of March, July, and November.

Read our first volume here!

These issues only house sonnets and sonnet-based art.

Submit to the minison zine here.

Submit to TMP Magazine here.

Please be sure to familiarize yourself with our Guidelines and what we accept (below) before submitting to Sonnet Collection Series.


WHAT WE ACCEPT

  • Good old-fashioned sonnets. Original work only!
  • Artwork, Illustrations, or Photography inspired by classical sonnets.
  • Simultaneous Submissions – but please let us know immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere!

Guidelines

  • Only work submitted using THIS FORM will be considered for publication.
  • Sonnets:
    • Attach up to 3 sonnets in a single .DOC, or .DOCX format
    • Poetry should be previously unpublished
    • Each poem should begin on a new page
  • Artwork, illustrations or photography:
    • Attach up to 5 images total as separate, high resolution .jpeg files
    • Images should be previously unpublished
    • Identify image in the file name by what classical sonnet inspired the piece (e.g. ‘Sonnet 26,’ Shakespeare or ‘Death, Be Not Proud,’ John Donne)
  • We do not accept submissions that contain graphic sexual content, gratuitous violence/gore, or work that is racist, xenophobic, homophobic, transphobic, misogynistic, or ableist.
  • Copyright for your work remains with you. We do ask however, that contributors credit The Minison Project if their work is republished after first appearing in our issues, and we reserve the right to republish your work in future collections.
  • The Minison Project does not charge fees to submit poems to the magazine.
  • We are currently an unpaying market, but we do promote contributor work on our social medias.