Ink&Nebula is a new poetry journal “for established voices (Ink) and holding particular space for emerging ones (Nebula).” They accept submissions from both published (Ink submission) and previously unpublished poets (Nebula submission). By previously unpublished they mean “poets who do not have work that has been published by someone else – publishing on your own personal blogs or social media pages and other forms of self-publishing is ok.”
I wondered how and why this poetry journal came to be, so I asked Founder and Editor-in-Chief Fayce Hammond and they kindly replied. See my interview with Hammond and submission guidelines below.
HOPKINSON: Tell me a little bit about Ink&Nebula.
HAMMOND: Ink&Nebula is a poetry journal that is grounded in community and storytelling: we seek to publish poems from diverse voices, particularly aiming to pull together both established and emerging voices. We have two main sections: Ink, our general poetry section…
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