The next theme for Prachya Review is Isolation, Emotion, and Beyond.
We have chosen these themes as they relate to the current conditions and experiences our world has faced. The following list are boarder themes you may also explore.
Broader themes: pandemic (exploring the self in isolation, perspectives about belonging in a community, covid and economic worries, racism and general distrust of people because of covid); black lives matter (history and justice, the idea of protest during a pandemic)
This submission we are open to receiving pictures that express our theme. Please feel free to submit a picture along with your poem or flash fiction story. We want to attempt to create a collage to express our theme.
Thank you for your submissions!
Deadline for Submissions: August 20, 2020
Remember to keep stories relevant to our present time.

 
Find out your works that relate to these themes and send them to prachyareview@gmail.com or editor@prachyareview.com within August 20,2020.

 

Rules for Submission:
1. Send your write-ups in Word file. Include your biography (short, not more than a hundred words) and a photo. Photo is not mandatory, but we prefer including it. 
2. Please mention in the subject of the email which category you are submitting to (e.g. poetry/ story/ drama/ flash fiction/ article/ essay/ review/ art/ uncategorized). And please give the writer’s or artist’s name and the title of the submission as the name of the word file, just to help us keep track.
3. When you are sending poems, please send at least three; it gives us a chance to choose and select.
4. Word limit is 3000 for prose and not more than 300 for flash fiction. There is no word limit for poetry.
5. Please do not send multiple pieces belonging to separate genres, e.g. poems, stories, articles all together. Try to maintain one genre in one contribution; it makes things easier for us.
6. We expect new and unpublished pieces from you. We have no objection whatsoever if you republish your piece. However, we expect you to attribute that it was first published in Prachya Review.
7. If the submission is selected, the writer, poet, or artist will be notified by the editors.
8. Please keep patience till the deadline is over. We will notify you about the selection as soon as we can. We are not paying for any writings or artworks but we hope one day we will. So bear with us, read our published issues, and give us your feedback about Prachya Review.

For any inquiry: shafinurnahar@gmail.com,  asp.nomad@gmail.com and iancraven@prachyareview.com