SBP Blog

Stone Bridge Café: Guidelines & Submission Info

Intern Intern - Tuesday, June 06, 2017

We’ve done flash fiction. Now, to broaden our literary menu, we’re introducing a new platform: Stone Bridge Café.

Every other week, Stone Bridge Café will be serving up a wide spectrum of writing, including:
  • short story appetizers
  • poetry a la mode (haiku, tanka, free verse, etc.)
  • non-fiction hors d'oeuvres (essays, reviews, how-tos, short memoirs, travel journals, etc.)
  • photography morsels
  • digital art cocktails
Please submit your work for consideration! The only thematic requirement is that your piece must:
  • take place in an East Asian country; or
  • deal with an East Asian culture, past or present; or
  • (even peripherally) touch upon any aspect of East Asia, be it pop culture, history, politics, society, art, language, aesthetics, cuisine, etc.
Submissions selected by our editors will be published on our website and in our newsletter.

Submission guidelines & details:

  • Email your submission as a Word doc to intern.stonebridgepress@gmail.com
  • Include your name (as you would like to be credited), your bio (which will appear in the post), and how you found out about Stone Bridge Cafe. 
  • Your submission must have fewer than 750 words.
  • If your submission is accepted, you retain copyright but grant us non-exclusive, non-terminating rights to use and archive it on our blog and website and to share it with our online community.
  • We do not accept any previously published work or simultaneous submissions.
  • Multiple submissions are welcome, but please use a separate email for each one.
  • Accepted submissions will be published within two weeks to three months of submission.
  • We are unable to pay writers at this time.
  • Submission must be in English. We reserve the right to edit submissions for spelling and grammar and to make sure they conform to house style.
Check our website (http://www.stonebridge.com) every week for updates.

We look forward to hearing from you. Please share this post with your writer friends!


Like our blog? Please share it!

Categories

Subscribe to the SBP Mailing List

New Releases

Amy’s Guide to Best Behavior in Japan


Going to Japan? This unfussy modern guide guarantees you keep it polite and get it right!

Easy and Fun Katakana


Learn the second key Japanese syllabary from every angle: reading, writing, and real-world examples.

Exploring Kyoto


This revised and updated edition of the Japan travel classic and cultural guide gets you wandering from downtown quarters to remote mountaintop temples and features expanded information on new museums and gardens now open year-round for viewing.


The Fourth String


Two women. Two cultures. One music.

Tag Cloud

swastika japan restaurant alan moore no longer human haibun review stone bridge press understandind china through comics religion amys guide to bes tbehavior in japan finalist evil the japan society rachel manley japanese books in english damian flanagan ancient symbol journal of a zen monk's wife washington dc chinese comics classic japanese instruments suicide book hoarding learning in japan alan brill danica davidson the millions books how to order in japan IBPA dark horse kansuke naka author Basho anime 1960's Japan Ukiyo-e new release world literature today kinokuniya event tea garden tokyo japan food jared cook fred schodt japanese classic manners Chiune Sugihara juddhism traditional japanese instrument kyodo news History graphic novels william f sibley henry kiyama osaka Culture japanese drunk manga literature PEN AWARD expat shun medoruma learning shamisen classic japanese literature japanese people china history japan trip japan books foreword reviews koun living in japan foreword indies janet pocorobba book publicity hiroaki sato bookstore astro boy drinking in japan pottery Christianity in Japan China japanese travel Language fantasy literature dazai Spirituality frederik schodt UCLA Alexandra Johnson 2020 Olympics buddhist memior travel to japan state of belief diary a memoir monk otakuusa japanese bath author signing book blurb Christianity japanese etiquette tracy franz verticle nazi book signing monks wife zazen ritual how to Tokyo Olympics Year of the Dog Chinese history Basho's Narrow Road book reading literary prize Okinawan literature lions roar Interview american shamisen buddhist swastika Chinese Astrology shamisen award the fourth string musical japanese customs journal the buddhist swastika japanese culture donald keene eastern and western philosophy wife japan book japan today blurb japanese books event WWII Chinese culture internment Translation Japanese aesthetics japan culture nara World War II author tour Japanese art memoir, tracy franz, zen monk, buddhist Korea World War Two the silver spoon asia announcement amy chavez AAS japan custom student teacher kyoto brad hawley ancient symbols Children's Books holocaust eating in japan Poetry travel Japan how to travel in japan buddhism purification book t.k. nakagaki green tea reviews japan memoir zen monk Children's Literature Second World War poetry of consciousness book award literary review a shameful life hippocampus magazine suehiro maruo japan travel catcher in the rye seppuku in the woods of memory japanese cutlure best behavior in japan mark gibeau book review hitler haiku buddhist priest guide shamisen performance zen stone bridge cafe 1960s Korea hitlers cross gaijin pot matcha non-fiction nichi bei weekly, naomi hirarahara comic history bowing in japan sensei and me behavior new books japanese instrument Travel Korea photography Olympics japan etiquette 2019 yukio mishima osamu tezuka takuma sminkey the japan times tricycle magazine ex pat literature visitor michael emmerich polite university of chicago tea book talk japan behavior giajin publishing book tour forewrod reviews indies jing liu VIZ Japan Shoah center of east asian studies benjamin franklin award journal' monks wife japanese book traditional sensei holden caufield photography black jack tk nakagaki traditional japanese instrumenet asian review of books walt disney Chinese New Year japanese will eisner Japanese holidays huffpost Anime/Manga/Comics disney welton gaddy amys guide to best behavior in japan Coming of Age Day new york hooked cross memoir what do in japan gratitude in japan etiquette huffington post manga biography my year of dirt and water monk wife jun hazuki author event Art/Design Japanese literature min kahng Asian Studies politics and prose astrology Nikolas Bunton hate Spring Festival buddhist symbols journal of a zen monks wife in japan ningen shikkaku publicity performance tourist peace illustration osamu dazai four immigrants The Colorado Review comics japan guide the hidden writer leonard koren gaijinpot
RSS