Inter et Inter
A Journal of Possibility
Call for submissions.
Inter et Inter from the Latin means Between and Between. Pseudonym of Kierkegaard for The Crisis and Crisis for an Actress in Christian Discourses.
Inter et Inter Magazine aspires to showcase speculative writing and multi media text and art. We plan on publishing online issues biannually (May and December) and to compose a print version featuring work from both issues annually. We invite writing and art that—on the spectrum of genre—falls somewhere in-between.
What We’re Looking For:
Whether in the form of a manifesto, poesy, mockumentary, creative nonfiction essay-ing, or collage, we seek writing and art with that something special, not so easily defined, that gives you that aha moment. To give a sense of what we are looking for, here is a list of some favorites in the form of writing:
Italo Calvino: Invisible Cities
Clarice Lispector: Family Ties
Jorge Luis Borges: Ficciones
Beckett: (Especially “The Unnamable”)
Kierkegaard: Fear and Trembling and The Sickness Unto Death
Maggie Nelson: Bluets
Rilke: The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
Octavia Butler Parable of the Sower
We only accept unpublished work. Upon acceptance for publication, we ask only for First Serial Rights but request mention of our venue as the first place your work appeared.
To submit, follow the guidelines below:
- Submit in an attached Word, PDF document, or JPEG for art
- Include a header with your name, contact information, and title of submission
- Word count
- Email as an attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline to submit for the May issue is April 30, 2023. The call for submissions for the December 2023 issue coming soon…
ABOUT THE EDITOR:
Tina V. Cabrera, originally from San Diego, is a writer, artist, professor, and editor currently based in the PNW. She earned her MFA in Fiction from SDSU (San Diego State University) She has published fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and hybrid works in print and online in Pleiades, Eclectica, Hobart, Quickly, Crack the Spine, Fleas on the Dog, Bewildering Stories, Big Bridge Magazine and elsewhere. Her debut collection, Giving Up the Ghost (and other Hauntings), was published in 2020. Her creative nonfiction memoir The Former Things Have Passed Away was long-listed for the Steel Toe Prose Book Prize 2020. Visit her blog at http://tvcannyuncanny.com/