2016-04-19 07.53.30

What a month it has been! Since I launched my online magazine on 3 April, I’ve been inundated with poetry submissions – you can read all of the great verse so far on the Bindweed Magazine homepage. It’s great to know that there are so many quality poets out there keeping poetry alive; and in the case of Bindweed, growing and spreading to creep over all the immaculately manicured poetry-petals of mainstream verse!

But, there is still a need for quality prose submissions. Bindweed is still seeking fiction for Issue 1. Whether you write flash fiction (less than 1000 words), or short stories (I’m happy to take stories of up to 3000 words – this length is to accommodate the later print anthology), as long as your work is interesting and well written, feel free to send it my way! You can check out the Bindweed Magazine Submission Guidelines for more information.

Happy writing, folks!




About Leilanie Stewart

Leilanie Stewart is a writer, poet and literary blogger. Her debut poetry pamphlet, A Model Archaeologist, was launched in 2015 with Eyewear Publishing and her second collection, Chemotherapy for the Soul, was published by Fowlpox Press in 2017. She is a prize nominated poet, having been longlisted for the Melita Hume Poetry Prize 2014, and her poetry and fiction was selected for the 'Best of the Web' Storm Cycle Anthology 2014, published by Kind of a Hurricane Press. Leilanie is also Editor in Chief of Bindweed Magazine, a poetry and fiction online magazine that also publishes a quarterly print anthology. She currently lives in Belfast with her writer and poet husband, Joseph Robert. Literary blog: https://leilaniestewart.wordpress.com/ Meandi Books: http://meandibooks.bigcartel.com/ Bindweed Magazine: https://bindweedmagazine.wordpress.com/

2 responses »

  1. Wonderful to see you with this new publication Leilanie! Best wishes for its every success!

  2. Reblogged this on Don MacIver; poetry & prose and commented:
    Friends, won’t you please stop by Leilanie Stewart’s new publication ‘Bindweed Magazine’, follow and share your own writing here.


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