Managing Editor of Content, Peter J Coles, gives advice on submitting to MIROnline
We don’t want to dictate and stifle your creative process. That’s why our submission guidelines are pretty bare bones. However, if you want to have the best chance of your work being accepted, there are a couple of things that we suggest doing (or more importantly, not doing). The main rule of thumb is:
Don’t let the formatting overshadow the text.
Keep it as simple and clear as possible.
We’ll never reject a good piece which breaks any of the rules above, but following them will put you ahead of the pack. If you have any questions about submissions, email us at email@example.com
You can submit your prose, poetry, or creative non-fiction by going here.