The Cerurove - Poetry (Go to Fiction)

The Cerurove accepts submissions from emerging and established writers from across the globe. We want your words tied around an umbrella against the pitter-patter of the rain. We want work that is a rebellion. That speaks volumes for itself. We want doomed to oblivion to turn into the triple combination that wrought a miracle. We want courage, and a voice that arouses thousands to stubborn strength and a blind optimism. We want moons whose reflections adorn a thousand splendid lakes, and suns at the edge of the tenebrous night. ?We want epiphanies. But above all, we want you to find yourself.

Give us eclectic. Give us mesmerizing. Give us magic, give us tangible and intangible. Give us surreal and visceral. Give us the meaning that we have been searching for everywhere. Steal our time, and make it worth it.

Market Genres, Styles & Subjects

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
Any length

Market Submission Types
Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: No
Reprints?: No
Multiple Submissions?: Yes
Simultaneous Submissions?: Yes

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There are 3 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
21 min | 21.00 mean avg | 21 median | 21 max days
100.00% (0.00% of rejections are personal)
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