Call Me [Tomorrow]

If I shall exist eternally, how shall I exist tomorrow? — Kafka

Everyone has a Hero, a Stranger, a Me, but no one has their Tomorrow. We are now accepting submissions for our Spring 2020 literary journal edition “Call me [Tomorrow].” Whatever tomorrow means to you, your journey, your new world, your aspirations, your fears—new or established, past or present—we’re calling for your work. Whether it’s a poem about the steaming, hazelnut coffee you will drink tomorrow morning, an essay about your hope for prison reform in a rural community, or a short story about an alien invasion in the year 2254—we want your musings, your scribbles, your cries into the void. We publish prose, poetry, and artwork (black & white is ideal, but color works great as well). We like imaginations of the future, but we also realize that every day we have lived was once a Tomorrow. Who were you yesterday? Who will you be Tomorrow? Will you be there at all?


Simultaneous submissions: Perfectly fine—all we ask is that you notify us if it’s picked up elsewhere.

Payment: We would love to pay our fantastic, wonderful, fabulous, etc., insert your adjectives of choice here authors and artists, but we subsist entirely off of stolen mints from restaurants and our own creative endeavors to bring your work to the page.

Rights: We would like to be the first to publish your accepted work and we would like to keep your work available in our website archives for as long as Call Me [Brackets] and/or the internet exists. If your work is reprinted at a later date: 1) congratulations! 2) we would like to be mentioned as the outfit that published your work first.

Submit Prose: here

Submit Poetry: here

Submit Visual Art: here

*Submissions are accepted from January 15th-April 1st, and August 20th-December 1st