Heyday Vol.2 Issue 2 Cover

2 Week Submission Deadline!

So, we’re hard to work at the upcoming April release of Heyday Magazine and we’ve gotten more submissions this quarter than any quarter in our history, so we want to thank everyone who has submitted already, and also encourage those who haven’t to take advantage of the next two weeks to use our Submission Manager and send us your poetry, artwork, photography, cartoon, essays, Send us anything that you’ve made and want to share and we’ll see if we can find room in the issue for those things that are well-crafted and will benefit the intelligent and creative readership of Heyday Magazine, without you guys, the journal wouldn’t be possible!

We’ve had eleven instant YES poems so far this quarter! But, the battle still rages on in the “strong maybe” pile, so don’t be afraid to submit! Also, we are accepting Cento poems for our ongoing column: Freedom Through Limitation: A Defense of Form in Poetry, which explores a form each quarter and last issue, Issue 4 (Vol.2 Issue 1), explored the cento and contains my own cento in tribute to Joseph Brodsky titled: Beating Your Tremulous, Translucent Wings. Check out the issue for just $2.95 to learn more about the cento and get some suggestions on various creative ideas when writing to this form as well as a list of suggested cento poems to read!

In addition to Freedom Though Limitation, April’s issue 5 (Vol.2 Issue 2), will contain:

Suggestions on Reading (the ongoing FREE column)
The Journey is The Destination: An article on Training at Writing (or anything).
An Exclusive Interview with Issue 5 cover Artist – Travis Keyes
Poet’s Comitatus (an ongoing column by Robert Milby
Letter From The Editor
Plus much more including over 80 pages of Poetry, Artwork and Photography!

Heyday Vol.2 Issue 2 Cover

Heyday Magazine Submissions Open!

Heyday Vol.2 Issue 2 Cover

Heyday Vol.2 Issue 2 Cover by Travis Keyes

Submissions are now open for the upcoming April 2014 issue of Heyday Magazine. We are accepting Poetry and Artwork for possible inclusion in the issue. Follow the submission guidelines on the Heyday Magazine Online Website. We will be catching up with cover artist Travis Keyes of The Developing Eye and picking his brain on his influences and what inspired his Art as well as the upcoming projects he has planned for 2014. You can visit Heyday on Facebook to get involved in the conversations there, or leave us feedback on the past issues and your thoughts about the zine. There are also lots of FREE poems and artwork on the site, as well as the ongoing quarterly article Suggestions on Reading, which is also FREE. Get involved, send us your Art and tell those you know who create about the magazine. This is your Heyday!!!