Honey Literary is Seeking Submissions From QTPOC Writers
Author: Edit Team
February 18, 2021
Honey Literary is a BIPOC-focused literary journal built by women of color. In our founding year of 2020, we denounce the overwhelming homogeneity of the literary landscape as well as Eurocentric traditions of writing. However, we believe in the anti-racist, anticolonial powers of art and literature. We carry the legacy of the many marginalized writers and editors who came before us and will work to foster community, allyship, and professional growth for our artists.
Our pillars are access, advocacy, and intersectionality. We encourage mentorship with and for emergent writers of color. Honey Literary is a space for BIPOC (Black/Indigenous/People of Color and any combination therein). We publish BIPOC women, non-binary and trans people, disabled writers, and anyone of color from the LGBTQIAP2+ community. We crave the work of agitators, righteous disruptors, weirdos, and wild ones. We accept submissions in the following categories:
Sex, Kink, and the Erotic
Click here to submit.