Marias at Sampaguitas - Poetry (Go to Fiction)

The title of the magazine is in the dialect, Tagalog, of the Philippines translating to “Marias and Sampaguitas,” 'maria' being the christened name for a Filipina, a Filipino woman, and ‘sampaguita’ being the national flower of the Philippines.

We are looking for writing to match our slogan, ‘pagsulat sa mga bulaklak, which means, ‘when writing on flowers.’ Flowers are gentle and fragile, yet convey certain emotions and messages, depending on its species. We want your coded words, your cries for attention.

We want the soft and untouched, the broken and crumbling; we want voices to share their pain, so we may heal together. We want tender love stories and wrenching heartbreak; we want to be moved to tears.

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Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: No
Reprints?: No
Multiple Submissions?: Yes
Simultaneous Submissions?: Yes

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