All submissions should be emailed to calenture.journalATyahoo.com.au. They may be either within the body of the email for correspondence or poetry, else be attached as an RTF document to the email itself.
We require a cover letter containing the name that you wish your contribution to appear under, your email address, and a statement to the effect that the material submitted has not previously appeared in an online venue.
Unless otherwise noted, all submissions must be submitted in a 12 point Times New Roman font with double spacing. Use the MLA style guide to format your submission. Place any html coding in bold.
We will accept previously published material, so long as the copyright can be demonstrated as belonging to the person submitting, and that the material has not previously appeared in an online form.
Below are further guidelines for criticism, essays, interviews, reviews, verse, correspondence, and bibliographies.
All criticism must be between 2000 words to 7500 words in length. All quotations used must be in accordance with fair usage provisions in the relevant copyright legislation. The primary focus must be either on the poetry or poet.
All essays by poets or other figures associated with speculative poetry must be between 2000 words and 7500 words in length. Any quotations used must be in accordance with fair usage provisions in the relevant copyright legislation. The essays must be concerned with any aspect of poetic theory or experience, with specific reference to speculative poetry where possible, as examples.
All interviews must be conducted with either speculative poets, critics of speculative poetry, or other figures, such as editors, involved with speculative poetry or speculative poets. All such interviews must be below 7500 words in length. Permission by both the interviewer and interviewee must be granted for publication; contact and biographical details must be presented for both. We will accept transcripts of symposia and other forms of discussions, providing the same provisions are maintained.
Reviews of speculative poetry, and works about either speculative poetry or speculative poets are sought. They must be between 500 and 2000 words in length. All works reviewed must also be in print at the time of publication. If you wish to submit material for review, please contact us at ubervoleATyahoo.com.au. We will require two copies of any such work to be submitted. We need, in particular, the following information for all reviews:
author(s), etc. title and subtitle. place : publisher, date. ISBN. price
In addition, supply contact details for the publisher and author if possible. We require this so as to contact both, and inform them of any such review published, for potential publicity purposes.
Verse submitted to us may be sent either in the body of an email. Do not double space any poetry sent. It must be speculative in nature, and less than fifty lines in length. We accept prose poems, but these must be under 500 words in length, and double spaced. From May 2007, payment of $10 AUS for all accepted poems and prose poems will be made.
Any correspondence sent to us must be sent in the body of an email. Preference is given to analytical pieces, or pieces addressing material that has appeared in previous issues. If you wish to use emphasis, place asterisks on either side of the material to be emphasised like *thus*. This will be printed in italics. With all correspondence, please supply a valid email address for replies. If you wish that your email address be withheld, please advise us in a coda to the email.
Any correspondence arising out of previous correspondence will be forwarded to the relevant person for the chance to furnish a reply. This is one reason why we need an email address with all correspondence.
We are particularly interested in bibliographies of material about speculative poetry or speculative poets. All such bibliographies must follow a standard format, with analytical annotations for all major works described. Webliographies are also welcome, however, all links should be working at the time of publication.