Submit

Yr Hmble & Obdt Editor,
(having accru’d sufficient well-turn’d & worthy Verses,
wherewith to stock forthe-coming Broade-sheetes of
 THE FLEA,
 for an ensu’ing Six-moneth term, or more),
advizes Authors that,

THE FLEA is CLOS’D TO SUBMISSIONS.

But fear not, noble FLEAE-Fanciers:
 for some say that the Season of THE FLEA will come again.
In the interim, Readers may Besport themselues & Injoy
perusing THE FLEA’s poetick pamphletts,
whereof a New issue will be made around the Middle of each Monthe,
depending upon the Humour of the Editor.

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A Brief
TREATISE
on
POETICAL SUBMISSIONS;
including
Adviz’ments pertaining to the
 
Ætheric-TRANSMISSION
thereof;  in which The Editor of
THE FLEA
Expatiates Vpon 
Certaine Dignify’d
Customs, Desir’d Behauiours,
& Divers Requirements;
for Authors, who would submitte
Versify’d Effusions
for his Consideration.

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Principles of Submission

Authors aspiring to have a Poetickal Worke exhibited in a future Broadsheet of The Flea may submit no more than THREE Workes during a Submission Period, those workes being best gather’d together into a single submission, rather than dispatch’d as three separate Items.

A single poem (or, rarely, two or three) by a given author, may be selected for publication in one or more future Broadsheets.

Works must be original and, in the sole judgement of The Editor, of a sufficiently distinguished character both thematically and prosodically. Submissions must be sedulously corrected before despatch.

Authors may avail themselves of the technical submission facilities, when such are reinstated in the lower region of this page, carefully inserting the title, text, and any notes appertaining into the space there provided, & taking note of instructions, provisos, and exhortations. Such submissions will attract an automatic acknowledgement.  

When submissions are re-opened, delivery by electronic æmail to The Editor will also be accepted, with the submitted poems included in the body of the text. If formatting of the submitted poems be difficult to render thus, Authors may attach MS .doc or .docx files.  

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