This is it. Your last chance. It’s Friday night, the work week has ended, and you have tonight and tomorrow to get your submissions together. That’s right. We close our literary awards and regular submissions end of day Sunday, April 1.
For you snail-mailers, that means you have to get your stuff printed and stapled and SASEd and enveloped and mailed by the time the post office closes tomorrow. If it’s not postmarked March 31 or earlier, we can’t read it.
For you online submitters, that gives you until the stroke of midnight Sunday. Come April 2, our online submission manager will go dark.
You could relax tonight, watch a movie, and order a pizza–and then weep Monday morning when all you have to show for the weekend is an empty pizza box and residual shame from watching another chick flick. Or you could polish up your poems and prose, send them off to us, and watch your life change forever. It’s up to you. This weekend determines your destiny.