Literary submissions should be attached as a MS Word document and art submissions should be attached as JPEGs. Submissions should be in 12-pt. Times New Roman font, should use complete tab indentations, and should have single spaces between sentences. Fiction and nonfiction should be double-spaced. Additionally, the filename should be the same as the title of the piece(s).

In your cover letter, please provide a short bio including your full name, major, projected year of graduation, and the college/university where you are currently enrolled. 

Ends on October 7, 2016
Composers welcome to Mangrove! We would love to hear your tunes and publish it in our online Fall Edition. Please send us no more than 3 songs. And if you have the music sheets, send those as well. We look forward to your submission! 
Ends on January 13, 2017
Screenwriters welcome. Send in a script no longer than 5 pages in the standard format. We look forward to reading your scenes and characters!
Ends on January 13, 2017
Playwrights come forth and send us a short play. No longer than 20 pages but keep in mind that we prefer shorter plays with a complete story and captivating characters. We look forward to reading your work!
Ends on January 13, 2017
Must meet the guidelines of the journal and the submitter must be a current student at the University of Miami. 
Ends on January 13, 2017
Must meet the guidelines of the journal and the submitter must be a current student at the University of Miami. 
Ends on January 13, 2017
We will consider drawings, painting, mixed media, graphic design, and photographs for the journal. Artwork submissions must be no greater than 10 megabytes in size, and must be scanned or shot in at least 300 dpi in either .jpg, .png, or .gif formats.

- Art submissions should be shot against a blank surface of a neutral color.
- Submissions should be shot from a directly frontal angle, with appropriate orientation.
- Images should be well lit with no shadows or dark corners (note: the flash on a camera will not be sufficient).
- Please do not leave any visible thumbtacks or other mounting materials.
- Only shoot one painting or image per submission.
- Mangrove will accept a maximum of three artwork submissions at a time.
Ends on January 13, 2017
Mangrove considers nonfiction essays, memoirs, book reviews and criticism, interviews, and travel writing for publication. We also welcome original translations provided you have permission from the author. Nonfiction submissions should be no more than 20 pages. Book reviews should be no more than 500 words.

Book reviews and criticism relevant to the University of Miami (for instance on books written by UM alumni) are encouraged, though not required.
Book reviews and criticism should be written on recent publications.
Travel writing should include a narrative voice, or an otherwise creative angle.
Interviewees should be affiliated with the arts—writing, film, art, etc.—and interviews should have a coherent, captivating purpose. Again, interviews relevant to the University of Miami are encouraged.
Mangrove considers excerpts from book-length nonfiction provided they are self-contained.
Ends on January 13, 2017
Fiction submissions should be no longer than 20 pages. We accept short fiction pieces, and are also interested in publishing more micro and flash fiction in the journal.
Ends on January 13, 2017
We will read up to 5 poems per submission period (academic year), and request we receive at most one long poem (longer than 2 pages single spaced) per submission. Please submit only one piece (or group of poems) per form entry. Authors may submit up to three creative works (in one genre or a combination of genres) for consideration per academic semester.