The Mavguard Magazine submissions window is still open, but only for a few more weeks. If you’re an author, a writer, a poet, an artist, anything in that creative realm, here’s what that means for you:

There’s only three weeks left if you want to get published in Mavguard.

And believe me, I want you to get published.

I really do. In fact, that’s the primary reason why I’m here. I love to see creative people succeed, I love to help people get their work published, to say to their friends and family that they’ve met this goal, that they’re no longer in limbo—that they’re published.


Here’s what Mavguard is looking for:

  • Short stories (any genre, under 5,500 words)
  • Poetry (free verse or rhymed)
  • Art (any genre, as long as it’s printable)

That’s a lot of options, right? So what are you waiting for?

All you have to do is head to MavguardMagazine.com and go to their submissions page. There are two forms at the bottom of the page, one for art, one for poetry/short stories. Click the one you want, fill in the blanks, attach your file, and submit.

Easy, right?

Yeah, it really is.

We’ll even let you send in more than one thing for any edition. In fact, we’ll look at up to five pieces from every category, from any given artist.

That means, if you’re multi-talented, you could send in up to fifteen separate works per edition—which gives you almost 100% chance of being published in that edition.

Oh yeah, did I mention that we’ve published nearly everyone who’s submitted to us?

I love being able to say that.

Even if you don’t think your work is good enough, even if you’re not sure your style meshes with ours, we want to look at it! Mavguard is the eclectic mix publication, and we like it that way. Whatever you have, I want to see it.

And I’m not just saying it. I mean it. Whatever you do, whatever you create, send it in.


You only have three weeks to go. Time starts now.


Rani Divine
Associate Editor, etc.