Specialty issues and editorial projects are open for submissions. Please see our projects below.
We will open submissions for Issue 6 in Fall 2024.
An Anthology Celebrating Native American Writers & Brevity welcomes submissions through December 31st, 2023.
- Submit up to three fiction works (1,500 words each).
- In your cover letter, please include your tribal affiliation.
- We are accepting flash fiction works in all genres and styles.
- Previously published works welcome.
Please feel free to email me, if you have any questions. My contact information can be found here.
Natanya Ann Pulley (editor)
in collaboration with the University of New Mexico Press.
Natanya Ann Pulley
Natanya Ann Pulley is a Diné writer published in McSweeney's, Split Lip, and The Offing (among others). Her essays have been anthologized in Shapes of Native Nonfiction, The Diné Reader, and Unbound: Composing Home. She is a 2022 recipient of a NEA Creative Writing fellowship and her short story collection With Teeth is a winner in the 2018 Many Voices Project book competition with New Rivers Press. Natanya is an associate professor and editor of Hairstreak Butterfly Review at Colorado College where she teaches texts by Native American writers, fiction writing, and experimental forms. Her clans are Kinyaa’áani and Táchii’nii.