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Katsujinken Magazine submissions call
With their Premiere Issue being released November of 2011, Katsujinken, a Sword Arts Journal extends a submissions call to the sword arts community with guidelines. . .
Katsujinken requests one-time rights on successful submissions - all other rights revert to authors upon publication. We request a six-month window prior to any | all reprints. We prefer reprints credit Katsujinken as original publisher of said work.
We're willing to read previously published works, we discourage simultaneous submissions. We rarely run anything longer than seven thousand words; there's no minimum word length. At Katsujinken we do not require a query letter, except for interviews; however, professional presentation is important along with excellent subject matter.
We try to respond within three to six months. As a new creation - we are already receiving quite a few submissions - don't become overwhelmed by a wait time - reach out to us via email (submissions@
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