Magazine is accepting short fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and excerpts
which reflect the intricacies of legalism and justice.
|Justice Scale from Google|
focus in the 12th Issue of Saraba
magazine is Justice.
According to the publisher, Emmanuel
Iduma: “…Beginning with the premise that Justice is often stereotyped within a
legal regime, and the evident tethered quality of such confinement… And going
further to consider broad-ranging ethical and neo-ethical implications of
rights, jurisprudence, politics, social activism, intellectual property,
dispute resolution, etc. etc.”
Guiding questions include:
How can the intricacies of legalism be considered in
aesthically artistic ways?
Is Justice an imagined word?
writers who are unsure about their work are advised to send queries to the
Managing Editor of Saraba Magazine. Submissions can be made through their
Send your work in an attachment in
any of the three major categories: Fiction, Poetry and Non-Fiction.
Send no more than one work at a
time, and wait for our response before you send another.
Fictional works should have a
maximum 5,000 words. Writers are allowed to send a maximum of 3 poems.
Non-fiction submissions are expect to contain a broad range of new creative writing,
including short memoirs, interviews, reviews, creative non-fiction, creative
journalism, etc. Word count limit for this is 2,500 words.
Submissions are also open to digital
art including photographs, illustrations, paintings and so forth. Kindly send
in high resolution jpeg files (not larger than 4 MB).
Submissions should be accompanied by
a bio of not more than 50 words
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