Deadline: March, 10 2019
Max. word length: 4,000 words as a rough guideline. We do make exceptions.
If you're submitting artwork: 12 pieces maximum.
From the first stone tools to the industrial revolution to the digital revolution, technology has changed everything, changed the world more than once… We’re never it seems without a device in our hands, never not plugged in. But there’s an army of robots coming to take all our jobs … that’s if we can even keep the lights on. So from phones to drones, computers to biotech to the corruption of the internet and the theft of our data, Litro Magazine for this issue wants stories and essays about technology, in all its forms, and what it’s doing to us and our planet.
We accept short fiction, flash/micro fiction, and nonfiction. We do not accept poetry.
Due to the volume of submissions we receive, please submit only one piece per theme. Additional submissions will unfortunately not be considered.
Please also note that if we have published your work in the magazine, we won't consider publishing your work again until a year has passed.