Writers with experience of migration and asylum wanted for new literary magazine
the other side of hope: journeys in refugee and immigrant literature is a UK-based literary magazine edited by refugees and immigrants. We exist to serve, via words, the refugee and immigrant communities worldwide.
We are funded by Arts Council England, and supported by ArtReach and Journeys Festival International.
This is a great (paid) opportunity for talented writers from an immigrant or refugee background.
Please share with anyone you know who might be interested, and direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for submissions
fiction & poetry (no theme; open to refugees and immigrants)
non-fiction, book reviews & author interviews (open to everyone; theme: migration)
We pay £100 per published author for the print issue, and £50 for the online issue.
Please see submission details on our website (link to website above)