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Thanks for sharing your work with Rattle! All of the content in our issues comes from unsolicited submissions—we couldn't exist without you, and we want this process to be as easy and friendly as possible. If you have any trouble with the submissions manager, click the "Help" link at the bottom of this page—or you may submit by snail mail, instead, with instructions at our full guidelines page [http://www.rattle.com/poetry/submissions/guidelines/].  OVERVIEW: Rattle publishes unsolicited poetry, translations, and (rarely) essays. General submissions are accepted year-round. Rattle does not accept work that has been previously published, in print or online (we do consider self-publishing to blogs, message boards, and Facebook as publication if it can be viewed publicly without login). Simultaneous submissions are ENCOURAGED.  Contributors to the print magazine receive $50 and a complimentary one-year subscription. Poems for "Online Only" categories receive $25. All submissions are automatically considered for the annual Neil Postman Award for Metaphor [http://www.rattle.com/poetry/extras/postman/], a $500 prize judged by the editors. Separate from general and themed (and always free) submissions, we also offer the annual $10,000 Rattle Poetry Prize [http://www.rattle.com/poetry/prize/about/] and the new Rattle Chapbook Prize [http://www.rattle.com/poetry/chapbooks/about/]—for each of those, a submission fee of $20 includes a one-year subscription to the magazine.  VERY IMPORTANT: Multiple poems may not be submitted separately. PLEASE SUBMIT ALL POEMS/ESSAYS TOGETHER IN ONE DOCUMENT. All the work you submit must be contained in a single computer file. Make only one submission of up to four poems and/or essays within a category at a time. DO NOT MAKE ANOTHER SUBMISSION IN THAT SAME CATEGORY UNTIL WE'VE REPLIED (usually takes 1 - 3 months). Subsequent submissions within the same category will be deleted unread. If you'd like to withdraw a single poem and not the whole submission, just log in and add a note to let us know which (under the "activity" tab in your submission).  INCLUDE BOTH YOUR EMAIL AND POSTAL ADDRESSES SOMEWHERE IN THE FILE (either on the first page or as a header), so that we have them on paper if we print the file.  For more detailed information about rights, rules, privacy, and payments for publication, or to submit by another means, visit our full guidelines [http://www.rattle.com/poetry/submissions/guidelines/]. NOTE: Please don't query to ask if we have a reply to your submission yet. If the status says "received" or "in-progress," then it's received and in-progress. We always go as fast as we can, but we're only human and the submission flow waxes and wanes, so response times vary. 

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