It’s Your Lucky Day: Fabulism and Speculative Fiction Contest extended until June 20

You know what’s cool about the summer solstice? It’s the longest day of the year for the Northern Hemisphere, and ancient folks – like the ones who built Stonehenge – would erect plinths and other kinds of monuments to track the sun and stars around days like these.

You know what else is cool about the summer solstice? It’s the extension date of our Fabulism and Speculative Fiction contest, judged by Christopher Barzak! Check out the entry guidelines here!

-Yours,
Rougarou Editors and Management

Message from Management: Submittable cap reached!

From the Editors and Staff of Rougarou:

We have reached our Submittable cap for submissions for our next issue, which is honestly astounding. Thank you to everyone who has submitted before today; while it is true that not every worthy poem, short story, essay, or visual piece can make it into our pages, we read and view each one of them, and we are grateful for the privilege to do so.

Fiction writers, take note! Our Fabulist and Speculative Fiction contest is still going strong, follow this link to get to our submission guidelines. We encourage any fiction writers to submit their work to our contest!

Thank you for your words and your art.